Mined Opinions For API: org.springframework.security

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  • The flow is that when receive a call to /entry.html, it will check and choose to redirect to CODETERM1 handled by spring security and then redirect to CODETERM2 response JSON resolve to view CODETERM3 , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use CODETERM4 in CODETERM5 without using an jsp to write just a json value?. details
  • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I am fully willing to abandon the ".json" URL's entirely, and would prefer to have a simple way to specify controller methods that return JSON, than add a security aspect that is necessary because of a small subset of controller methods.. details
  • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers.. details
  • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like .json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages).. details
  • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like .json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages).. details
  • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider - (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two).. details
Summaries the opinions about org.springframework.security using topic modeling.
  • 0. jsp spring url entry controller redirect html fully return subset: 5
    • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The flow is that when receive a call to /entry.html, it will check and choose to redirect to /logout.jsp handled by spring security and then redirect to /postLogout.html response JSON resolve to view entry , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use @ResponseBody in getEntry() without using an jsp to write just a json value?. details
    • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers.. details
    • I am fully willing to abandon the ".json" URL's entirely, and would prefer to have a simple way to specify controller methods that return JSON, than add a security aspect that is necessary because of a small subset of controller methods.. details
    • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like .json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages).. details
  • 0. spring provider webservices choice follow oauth lot compare personal afaik: 1
    • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider - (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two).. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.springframework.security using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages) .
  • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers .
  • I am fully willing to abandon the " json" URL's entirely, and would prefer to have a simple way to specify controller methods that return JSON, than add a security aspect that is necessary because of a small subset of controller methods .
  • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • The flow is that when receive a call to entry html, it will check and choose to redirect to /logout.jsp handled by spring security and then redirect to /postLogout.html response JSON resolve to view entry , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use @ResponseBody in getEntry() without using an jsp to write just a json value?.
  • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages) .
  • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers .
  • I am fully willing to abandon the " json" URL's entirely, and would prefer to have a simple way to specify controller methods that return JSON, than add a security aspect that is necessary because of a small subset of controller methods .
  • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • The flow is that when receive a call to entry html, it will check and choose to redirect to /logout.jsp handled by spring security and then redirect to /postLogout.html response JSON resolve to view entry , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use @ResponseBody in getEntry() without using an jsp to write just a json value?.
  • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages) .
  • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers .
  • I am fully willing to abandon the " json" URL's entirely, and would prefer to have a simple way to specify controller methods that return JSON, than add a security aspect that is necessary because of a small subset of controller methods .
  • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • The flow is that when receive a call to entry html, it will check and choose to redirect to /logout.jsp handled by spring security and then redirect to /postLogout.html response JSON resolve to view entry , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use @ResponseBody in getEntry() without using an jsp to write just a json value?.
  • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two) .
  • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two) .
  • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two) .
Summaries of the opinions about org.springframework.security using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about org.springframework.security using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Onlysentiment:
  • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers.
  • N/A
Security:
  • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
  • N/A
Usability:
  • The flow is that when receive a call to /entry.html, it will check and choose to redirect to CODETERM1 handled by spring security and then redirect to CODETERM2 response JSON resolve to view CODETERM3 , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use CODETERM4 in CODETERM5 without using an jsp to write just a json value?
  • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider - (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two).
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers.. details
  • Security: 2
    1. general: 2
      • I have something for ajax login through spring security: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like .json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages).. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • The flow is that when receive a call to /entry.html, it will check and choose to redirect to CODETERM1 handled by spring security and then redirect to CODETERM2 response JSON resolve to view CODETERM3 , which is a jsp contain only a json string I would like to know if I can use CODETERM4 in CODETERM5 without using an jsp to write just a json value?. details
      • I am fully willing to abandon the ".json" URL's entirely, and would prefer to have a simple way to specify controller methods that return JSON, than add a security aspect that is necessary because of a small subset of controller methods.. details
      • If you're using a framework like Spring Security you can control that some URL like .json can only be reached by some users (for instance the administrator, if they're only used in the admin pages).. details
  • Usability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • My personal choice would be: Either of the following:** Spring WebServices (XML) Spring MVC (JSON) Secured with:** Spring Security OAuth provider - (AFAIK, a little complicated compared to Google's provider, but lots of tutorials on integrating with the above two).. details