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Spring Security 3 by Peter Mularien

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Available application events

The following table, referenced in Chapter 6, Advanced Configuration and Extension, lists the full set of events broadcasted by various Spring Security elements and also provides list of authentication exceptions referenced in Chapter 2. We've omitted the package names for brevity, because all events saved are in the o.s.s.authentication.event (for authentication-related events) and o.s.s.access.event (for authorization-related events).

Class Name

When is it fired?

Maps to Exception

AbstractAuthenticationEvent

Common superclass of all authentication events. Note that this is an abstract exception, which is never thrown (although it may be caught).

 

AbstractAuthenticationFailureEvent

Common superclass of ...

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