On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 09:21, michal.kaplon(a)poczta.fm <
This is my first message here, so is's perfect moment to say "Hello
Everybody!". I'm a developer from Poland and big fan of Seam, starting
from v2.1 :)
Few weeks ago I built simple SeamSecurity client app based on
idm-console example. I created very simple maven module (let's call it
"core" for convenience) with identity-related entities which is used by
customized idm-console project.
(Almost) everything was fine with 3.0.0.Final, but yesterday I switched
to 3.1.0.Beta3 and found the following issues:
1) Entities don't get configured via XML anymore. Maybe it is connected
with the next point, I cannot say because haven't tried XML
configuration after renaming seam-beans.xml.
Yep, this is related to your issue #2
2) Annotation based configuration for identity entities doesn't
my "core" dependency contains META-INF/seam-beans.xml. Works fine after
renaming it to beans.xml.
That's because beans.xml designates your archive as an archive that CDI
should scan. The configuration happens based on entities that are in a Bean
Archive (an archive CDI must scan) because it's done in one of the CDI life
3) IdentityObjectRelationship entity name is hardcoded in string
:) I guess it will be fixed in next Beta. Or should I create Jira issue
Ran into this one myself last night, took a little while to figure it out,
should have remembered this email. You can find the issue I created at
. Shane should know about
it, so it should be fixed probably sometime next week.
I have also one additional question:
4) PasswordHash utility is still not used anywhere, nor the
PasswordCredential.getEncodedValue() utiliy. What are the plans for
hashing support? In Seam 2.x this feature was working very fine and was
Shane would know better about this one.
Anyway, thanks for this Beta3 version. I hope Seurity will be fully
operational soon :)
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