How to make a Servlet plugin module accessible only after login?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Developer Documentation: Servlet Plugin Module

It seems that Servlet plugin makes the servlet accessible even without login to Jira. This could be noted in this article and also a hint how to make it accesible only after login would be good, thanks.

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Thank you! The code in doGet looks like:

if (!ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext().isLoggedInUser()) {

Actually, now I wonder how to do it in a way that when a user is not logged in, a login is requested and then the target page is shown...? Thanks!

You can redirect to login. Quick search through JIRA sources gave me this:

private String redirectToLogin()
    {
        HttpServletRequest request = getHttpRequest();
        String returnURL = getCurrentURL();
        if (request.getQueryString() != null)
        {
            returnURL += "?" + request.getQueryString();
        }
        return getRedirect("/login.jsp?os_destination=" + JiraUrlCodec.encode(returnURL), false);
    }

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