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Spring Web Flow 2 Web Development by Sven Luppken, Markus Stauble

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Chapter 7. Security

Throughout this book, we explained how to use Spring Web Flow using a simple login example. But we never showed you what is actually protected by the login application. In this chapter, we will describe how to secure your Spring Web Flow applications using Spring Security.

For this, we instance a web application which our users can employ to change their password. The finished application is shown in the following screenshot:

Security

As in the previous chapters, the application consists of a JSP page with a small HTML form. Of course, not everybody who is using the Internet should be able to change the password of any user. Imagine someone ...

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