[keycloak-user] Calling a method after log

Marek Posolda mposolda at redhat.com
Wed Jun 3 17:14:31 EDT 2015

I think there are more ways to do something like this. One way can be 
doing Angular HTTP interceptor at your application side. Another 
possibility can be handle this on Keycloak side and create Event 
listener, which will listen for LOGIN event and then check your DB (See 
our provider's example and especially 
examples/providers/event-listener-sysout for the inspiration).

Not sure which possibility is better for you, I am not sure I correctly 
understand your use-case well.


On 3.6.2015 19:40, Juan Diego wrote:
> Hi
> I am doing a portal with angularJS and the backend with java, and it 
> seems to be working with the basics.
> I am having trouble figuring out a way to do the following:
> I have a table user with info like username, email and userid, avatar, 
> etc, and I want to update that table with the user info if it is the 
> first time they log in.
> The only way I can think to do this is to create a controller and set 
> it on all my pages so it looks if the user is already in the database, 
> but it seems like it will try to do that all the time, which doesnt 
> seems practical.
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