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authenication user using spring security

 
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hi,
am new ti spring framework. i would like to learn bit about the spring security. i have no idea on how to do the authentication ( is that authentication and storing that user as a session object will help here? f i do so will the spring configuration will read the session to know the authorization of the user) . am so confuse.
can any one give ma a good tutorial or a example where i can know a bit no the way of authentication in spring secrity.

thanks in advance
 
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Check it out http://www.tfo-eservices.eu/wb_tutorials/media/SpringAcegiTutorial/HTML/SpringAcegiTutorial-1_1-html.html
 
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