[cdi-dev] Types of Principal object
rmannibucau at gmail.com
Wed Apr 26 10:38:01 EDT 2017
agree CDI/security integration (mainly through Principal bean) is
completely unusable in practise cause Principal type is too simple (name
only) and casting is needed in 99.99% of apps. AFAIK It is tracked at
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2017-04-26 15:54 GMT+02:00 John Ament <john.ament at spartasystems.com>:
> Hey guys
> I raised a bug against the Weld guys, but think its worth an EG
> discussion. When a Principal object is injected, the only type it has is
> Principal. It does not retain the actual type used at runtime. This threw
> me off on some Keycloak integration I'm working on (in $dayjob). So I was
> wondering, is this expected from our POV or should it retain the types of
> the actual runtime instance?
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