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Spring Security 3 by Peter Mularien

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Chapter 4. Securing Credential Storage

Up to this point, we've updated the JBCP Pets site with user-friendly functionality, including a custom login page, and change password and remember me features.

In this chapter, we'll make a leap to a database-backed authentication store from the in-memory store we have used in the book until this point. We'll explore the default expected Spring Security database schema, and will look into ways to extend JDBC implementation with customization.

During the course of this chapter, we'll:

  • Understand how to configure Spring Security to utilize the services of a JDBC-accessible database to store and authenticate users
  • Learn how to configure a JDBC-compatible in-memory database using HSQLDB, for developer testing purposes ...

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