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gnu.javax.security.auth.login: Javadoc index of package gnu.javax.security.auth.login.


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gnu.javax.security.auth.login

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GnuConfiguration: An implementation of the javax.security.auth.login.Configuration class which interprets JAAS Login Configuration files written in the default syntax described in the publicly available documentation of that class. A more formal definition of this syntax is as follows: CONFIG ::= APP_OR_OTHER_ENTRY+ APP_OR_OTHER_ENTRY ::= APP_NAME_OR_OTHER JAAS_CONFIG_BLOCK APP_NAME_OR_OTHER ::= APP_NAME | 'other' JAAS_CONFIG_BLOCK ::= '{' (LOGIN_MODULE_ENTRY ';')+ '}' ';' LOGIN_MODULE_ENTRY ::= MODULE_CLASS FLAG MODULE_OPTION* ';' FLAG ::= 'required' | 'requisite' | 'sufficient' | 'optional' MODULE_OPTION ::= PARAM_NAME ...
ConfigFileParser: A parser that knows how to interpret JAAS Login Module Configuration files written in the default syntax which is interpreted as adhering to the following grammar: CONFIG ::= APP_OR_OTHER_ENTRY+ APP_OR_OTHER_ENTRY ::= APP_NAME_OR_OTHER JAAS_CONFIG_BLOCK APP_NAME_OR_OTHER ::= APP_NAME | 'other' JAAS_CONFIG_BLOCK ::= '{' (LOGIN_MODULE_ENTRY ';')+ '}' ';' LOGIN_MODULE_ENTRY ::= MODULE_CLASS FLAG MODULE_OPTION* ';' FLAG ::= 'required' | 'requisite' | 'sufficient' | 'optional' MODULE_OPTION ::= PARAM_NAME '=' PARAM_VALUE APP_NAME ::= JAVA_IDENTIFIER MODULE_CLASS ::= JAVA_IDENTIFIER ('.' JAVA_IDENTIFIER)* ...
ConfigFileTokenizer: A UTF-8 friendly, JAAS Login Module Configuration file tokenizer written in the deault syntax. This class emulates, to a certain extent, the behavior of a java.io.SrteamTokenizer instance st , when set as follows: st.resetSyntax(); st.lowerCaseMode(false); st.slashSlashComments(true); st.slashStarComments(true); st.eolIsSignificant(false); st.wordChars('_', '_'); st.wordChars('$', '$'); st.wordChars('A', 'Z'); st.wordChars('a', 'z'); st.wordChars('0', '9'); st.wordChars('.', '.'); st.whitespaceChars(' ', ' '); st.whitespaceChars('\t', '\t'); st.whitespaceChars('\f', '\f'); st.whitespaceChars('\r', ...

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