Token authentication based with spring security
I am trying to enable token based authentication for a HTTP api with spring security.
Looking around i see answers about implementing the filters and the handlers like
Spring Security authentication via token
Spring Security 3.2 Token Authentication
There is a pretty interesting KeyBasedPersistenceTokenService class.
Is there no filter or the rest of the elements needed to build up the authentication mechanism in spring security?
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