Uses of Package
org.apache.shiro.realm

Packages that use org.apache.shiro.realm
org.apache.shiro.authc.pam Support for PAM, or Pluggable Authentication Modules, which is the capability to authenticate a user against multiple configurable (pluggable) modules (Shiro calls these Realms). 
org.apache.shiro.authz Core interfaces and exceptions supporting Authorization (access control). 
org.apache.shiro.cas   
org.apache.shiro.config Components that support configuring Shiro in any application. 
org.apache.shiro.guice   
org.apache.shiro.mgt Provides the master SecurityManager interface and a default implementation hierarchy for managing all aspects of Shiro's functionality in an application. 
org.apache.shiro.realm Components and sub-packages used in supporting the core Realm interface. 
org.apache.shiro.realm.activedirectory Realms that acquire security data from a Microsoft Active Directory. 
org.apache.shiro.realm.jdbc Realms that acquire security data from an RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) using the JDBC API. 
org.apache.shiro.realm.jndi Support for acquiring Realms from JNDI, particularly useful for configuring Shiro in JEE or EJB environments. 
org.apache.shiro.realm.ldap Realms that acquire security data from an LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server utilizing LDAP/Naming APIs. 
org.apache.shiro.realm.text Realms that acquire security data from text-based data sources such as Files or text streams. 
org.apache.shiro.web.mgt Components supporting web-specific SecurityManager implementations. 
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.authc.pam
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.authz
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.cas
AuthenticatingRealm
          A top-level abstract implementation of the Realm interface that only implements authentication support (log-in) operations and leaves authorization (access control) behavior to subclasses.
AuthorizingRealm
          An AuthorizingRealm extends the AuthenticatingRealm's capabilities by adding Authorization (access control) support.
CachingRealm
          A very basic abstract extension point for the Realm interface that provides caching support for subclasses.
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.config
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.guice
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.mgt
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.realm
AuthenticatingRealm
          A top-level abstract implementation of the Realm interface that only implements authentication support (log-in) operations and leaves authorization (access control) behavior to subclasses.
AuthorizingRealm
          An AuthorizingRealm extends the AuthenticatingRealm's capabilities by adding Authorization (access control) support.
CachingRealm
          A very basic abstract extension point for the Realm interface that provides caching support for subclasses.
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.realm.activedirectory
AuthenticatingRealm
          A top-level abstract implementation of the Realm interface that only implements authentication support (log-in) operations and leaves authorization (access control) behavior to subclasses.
AuthorizingRealm
          An AuthorizingRealm extends the AuthenticatingRealm's capabilities by adding Authorization (access control) support.
CachingRealm
          A very basic abstract extension point for the Realm interface that provides caching support for subclasses.
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.realm.jdbc
AuthenticatingRealm
          A top-level abstract implementation of the Realm interface that only implements authentication support (log-in) operations and leaves authorization (access control) behavior to subclasses.
AuthorizingRealm
          An AuthorizingRealm extends the AuthenticatingRealm's capabilities by adding Authorization (access control) support.
CachingRealm
          A very basic abstract extension point for the Realm interface that provides caching support for subclasses.
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.realm.jndi
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
RealmFactory
          Enables Shiro end-users to configure and initialize one or more Realm instances in any manner desired.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.realm.ldap
AuthenticatingRealm
          A top-level abstract implementation of the Realm interface that only implements authentication support (log-in) operations and leaves authorization (access control) behavior to subclasses.
AuthorizingRealm
          An AuthorizingRealm extends the AuthenticatingRealm's capabilities by adding Authorization (access control) support.
CachingRealm
          A very basic abstract extension point for the Realm interface that provides caching support for subclasses.
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.realm.text
AuthenticatingRealm
          A top-level abstract implementation of the Realm interface that only implements authentication support (log-in) operations and leaves authorization (access control) behavior to subclasses.
AuthorizingRealm
          An AuthorizingRealm extends the AuthenticatingRealm's capabilities by adding Authorization (access control) support.
CachingRealm
          A very basic abstract extension point for the Realm interface that provides caching support for subclasses.
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
SimpleAccountRealm
          A simple implementation of the Realm interface that uses a set of configured user accounts and roles to support authentication and authorization.
 

Classes in org.apache.shiro.realm used by org.apache.shiro.web.mgt
Realm
          A Realm is a security component that can access application-specific security entities such as users, roles, and permissions to determine authentication and authorization operations.
 



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