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Spring Security 3 by Peter Mularien

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Summary

In this chapter, we learned about the Central Authentication System (CAS) Single Sign-On portal, how it can be integrated with Spring Security and we also covered the following:

  • The CAS architecture and communication paths between actors in a CAS enabled environment
  • The benefits of CAS enabled applications for application developers and system administrators
  • Configuring JBCP Pets to interact with a basic CAS installation
  • Updating CAS to interact with LDAP and sharing LDAP data with our CAS enabled application
  • Implementing attribute exchange with CAS using both a modified CAS 2.0 protocol, as well as the industry standard SAML protocol

We hope this chapter was an interesting introduction to the world of single sign-on. There are many other single ...

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