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Which site is good for getting started in spring security ? I need to work on sec from next week onwards.
 
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There are some suggested Steps to getting Started with Spring Security.
 
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Thanks. It looks like Spring security is complicated with so many intefaces/classes.
 
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Hi Pradeep,

My suggestion is to read my book

If you don't want to read it, I'd suggest coming up with a small, simple project - just build a simple web application and try to add security to it. Use a step-by-step approach, first adding Spring Security without doing much else. Next, you can use the concept of progressive enhancement to continue to explore features of the framework once you understand the baseline. Spring Security also comes with some good sample applications, and a well-written reference manual.

I had also written a getting started guide for Spring Security which is pretty popular. It was written at the time of Spr Sec 2.0, but should work pretty much without modification for Spr Sec 3.

Actually, for most of the simple functionality, you don't need to get into the source code at all - you can do a lot simply with the XML-based namespace configuration, which abstracts a lot of the back-end functionality.

Hope that answers your question (and hopefully you win the book )

Peter
 
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Thanks Peter for the encouraging words. Your tutorial was excellent to get started.

Sure. I will buy this book if I don't win here.
 
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