- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class FirstSuccessfulStrategy
- extends AbstractAuthenticationStrategy
AuthenticationStrategy implementation that only accepts the account data from
the first successfully consulted Realm and ignores all subsequent realms. This is slightly
different behavior than
AtLeastOneSuccessfulStrategy, so please review both to see
which one meets your needs better.
- See Also:
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public AuthenticationInfo beforeAllAttempts(Collection<? extends Realm> realms,
null immediately, relying on this class's
merge implementation to return
only the first
info object it encounters, ignoring all subsequent ones.
- Specified by:
beforeAllAttempts in interface
beforeAllAttempts in class
realms - the Realms that will be consulted during the authentication process for the specified token.
token - the Principal/Credential representation to be used during authentication for a corresponding subject.
- an empty AuthenticationInfo object that will populated with data from multiple realms.
AuthenticationException - if the strategy implementation does not wish the Authentication attempt to execute.
protected AuthenticationInfo merge(AuthenticationInfo info,
- Returns the specified
aggregate instance if is non null and valid (that is, has principals and they are
not empty) immediately, or, if it is null or not valid, the
info argument is returned instead.
This logic ensures that the first valid info encountered is the one retained and all subsequent ones are ignored,
since this strategy mandates that only the info from the first successfully authenticated realm be used.
merge in class
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