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HttpServletRequest injection on RequestScoped bean CDI

一曲冷凌霜 提交于 2020-01-24 10:38:19
问题 I'm looking for a way in order to inject a @RequestScoped custom class into my @Stateless JAX-RS endpoint: I want each time the application receives a request my custom class is injected in my JAX-RS endpoint. Custom class: @RequestScoped public class CurrentTransaction { private String user; private String token; @PersistenceContext(name="mysql") protected EntityManager em; @Inject HttpServletRequest request; public CurrentTransaction() { this.user = request.getHeader("user"); this.token =

HttpServletRequest injection on RequestScoped bean CDI

感情迁移 提交于 2020-01-24 10:38:06
问题 I'm looking for a way in order to inject a @RequestScoped custom class into my @Stateless JAX-RS endpoint: I want each time the application receives a request my custom class is injected in my JAX-RS endpoint. Custom class: @RequestScoped public class CurrentTransaction { private String user; private String token; @PersistenceContext(name="mysql") protected EntityManager em; @Inject HttpServletRequest request; public CurrentTransaction() { this.user = request.getHeader("user"); this.token =

How to do stateless (session-less) & cookie-less authentication?

非 Y 不嫁゛ 提交于 2020-01-18 11:10:08
问题 Bob uses a web application in order to achieve something. And: His browser is on diet, therefore it does not support cookies . The web application is a popular one, it deals with a lot of users at a given moment - it has to scale well. As long as keeping session would impose a limit to the number of simultaneous connections , and, of course, will bring a non-negligible performance penalty , we might like to have a session-less system :) Some important notes: we do have transport security (

How to do stateless (session-less) & cookie-less authentication?

时间秒杀一切 提交于 2020-01-18 11:09:04
问题 Bob uses a web application in order to achieve something. And: His browser is on diet, therefore it does not support cookies . The web application is a popular one, it deals with a lot of users at a given moment - it has to scale well. As long as keeping session would impose a limit to the number of simultaneous connections , and, of course, will bring a non-negligible performance penalty , we might like to have a session-less system :) Some important notes: we do have transport security (

Resetting Values in ReactDOM Ref children (Best Practices?)

大城市里の小女人 提交于 2020-01-05 05:49:07
问题 I've got a stateless component, called FlexibleInput. import React, { PropTypes } from 'react' export default function FlexibleInput({ id, label, defaultValue, type, onChange, }){ let fieldClass = `${id}-field` return ( <fieldset className={fieldClass}> <label htmlFor={id}>{label}</label> <input key={id} id={id} type={type} defaultValue={defaultValue} onChange={onChange} /> </fieldset> ) } FlexibleInput.propTypes = { id: PropTypes.string.isRequired, label: PropTypes.string.isRequired,

Does ST(State Transfer) in REST mean that state must be held by client?

瘦欲@ 提交于 2019-12-29 07:18:40
问题 I read What does “state transfer” in Representational State Transfer (REST) refer to? and several post or videos about REST, and I know one of the constraint of REST is stateless. According to many posts like http://www.restapitutorial.com/lessons/whatisrest.html ,to make the architecture stateless, the client must hold the enough information for the server to do the right thing, which means the server does not have any client state. So does it mean we are only about to build a REST

Restful authentication for non browser consumers

谁都会走 提交于 2019-12-25 11:57:13
问题 I have a web service written as an ASP MVC application which basically uses rolling cookies as its authentication mechanism. So someone sends their username and password over https to the service, it then verifies them and issues them a cookie containing a token, user identifier and timestamp as HTTPONLY and SECURE. Then whenever the users need to access pages which require authentication the cookie is sent over and verified with the timestamp and the token against the user, assuming that

Restful authentication for non browser consumers

烂漫一生 提交于 2019-12-25 11:57:10
问题 I have a web service written as an ASP MVC application which basically uses rolling cookies as its authentication mechanism. So someone sends their username and password over https to the service, it then verifies them and issues them a cookie containing a token, user identifier and timestamp as HTTPONLY and SECURE. Then whenever the users need to access pages which require authentication the cookie is sent over and verified with the timestamp and the token against the user, assuming that

log out a stateless app

让人想犯罪 __ 提交于 2019-12-25 09:05:00
问题 Here is what my project structure look like UI: AngularJS app Backend: Java + MongoDB stateless app The UI authenticates a given user and the REST api responds with a JWT token. For every subsequent request, the REST api expects token in the header and if its not there it returns Unautorized error. Now, what is best way to implement logoff feature ? One thing is clear that i will be deleting the token from the UI cookie. But I need to tell server that the user has logged out. I was thinking

How to use PHP sessions with REST client application ?

僤鯓⒐⒋嵵緔 提交于 2019-12-24 12:06:37
问题 PHP use browser cookie PHPSESSID to store the session value let say 12345 and it does by creating a file for each session on server by default (session_12345.txt ) . What if the request is coming from not a browser e.g mobile cell application accessing through REST protocol . If my rest client is sending a unique value to identify it self let say 12345 then is there anyway I can tell PHP to use this value to create session_12345.txt as if this value was coming from cookie PHPSESSID ? Thanks

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