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How do I specify Open ID Realm in spring security ?

 
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We are using Spring security in our application with support for username / password based authentication as well as Open id based authentication.

The issue is that google gives a different open id for the return url specified and we have at least 2 different entry points in our application from where open id is configured into our system.

Hence we decided to use open id realm.

http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/0...ue-per-domain/

http://groups.google.com/group/googl...unts-api?pli=1


how is it possible to integrate realm into our spring configuration/code ?
This is how we are doing it in traditional openid library code:

AuthRequest authReq = consumerManager.authenticate(discovered, someReturnToUrl,"http://www.example.com");

This works and gives same open id for different urls from our site.


our configuration:


I have cross posted this question in :
http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?t=87421
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2591901/how-do-i-specify-open-id-realm-in-spring-security

 
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