Spring Security at Method Level
Apart from authentication, spring security also check authorization of the logged in user. After login which user is authorize to access the resource is done on the bases of user's ROLE.
At the time of creating user in WebSecurityConfig class, we can specify user?s ROLE as well.
Security applied on a method restricts to unauthorized user and allow only authentic user.
Let's see an example. First create a maven project by providing details.
This project initially look like this:
Spring Security Configuration
Now, configure the application to protect from unauthorized and unauthentic users. It requires four Java files that are given below, create a package com.javatpoint and place all these files inside it.
This class is used to set view suffix and prefix with the help of view resolver.
This class is used to create user and set their authentication. Each time login is required when user want to access into the application.
Create a controller HomeController and place into com.javatpoint.controller package.
Create following views (JSP pages) to produce output for the user. Place all the views into WEB-INF/views folder.
Following are the dependencies that are required to create this project.
After adding all the above files, our project looks like this:
First login as ADMIN
Click on update record and see, record is updated because the user's role is ADMIN.
Now, login as user.
Now, click on update record and see server decline the access because the user's role is USER.
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