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Intercepting secure url in spring security

 
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Hi ,

I want to intercept secure urls in application and check whether user have accepted terms & conditions.
And show terms & conditions acceptance page if user have not accepted it


So, what is better way to implement it ?

Thanks
Kuladip
 
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Kuladip Yadav wrote:Hi ,

I want to intercept secure urls in application and check whether user have accepted terms & conditions.
And show terms & conditions acceptance page if user have not accepted it


So, what is better way to implement it ?

Thanks
Kuladip



This is the basics of Spring Security in a web application. It is in the very beginning of the Spring Security documentation.

To me it seems that you posted this just for getting a chance to win a book and not because you need an answer.

If you were to need an answer to this, then you haven't even looked at anything Spring Security related and asking us to do all of your work.

This is not how JavaRanch works.

Thanks for understanding.

Mark Spritzler
 
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