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Integrating Atlassian Crowd with Spring Boot 2.1.7 via Spring Security - Issues

I have run into some bugs while configuring crowd, this is a topic that I have put off tackling several times because of the amount of people saying it doesn't work with the official atlassian article.

I took on the task, most of it was fine but I think I found a couple of bugs.

  1. CrowdSecurityFilter - seems to just outright deny passage even for paths which are permitted. I had to exclude this bean and it was fine, this is annoying because it means the XML provided by atlassian cannot be used as is and I have to pull it into the project and comment out that bean.
  2. CrowdAuthenticationProvider - When debugging the auth process, inside the following method the authenticationToken.getDetails() doesn't return null, so it throws a false, which in turn causes the authenticate call to return null.
public boolean supports(AbstractAuthenticationToken authenticationToken) {
return authenticationToken.getDetails() == null || authenticationToken.getDetails() instanceof CrowdSSOAuthenticationDetails;
}
public Authentication authenticate(Authentication authentication) throws AuthenticationException {
if (!this.supports(authentication.getClass())) {
return null;
} else if (!this.supports((AbstractAuthenticationToken)authentication)) {
return null;
} else {
Authentication authenticatedToken = null;
if (authentication instanceof UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken) {
logger.debug("Processing a UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken");
authenticatedToken = this.authenticateUsernamePassword((UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken)authentication);
} else if (authentication instanceof CrowdSSOAuthenticationToken) {
logger.debug("Processing a CrowdSSOAuthenticationToken");
authenticatedToken = this.authenticateCrowdSSO((CrowdSSOAuthenticationToken)authentication);
}

return authenticatedToken;
}
}

 As a result the UI displays the following:

No AuthenticationProvider found for org.springframework.security.authentication.UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken

I had to replace the implementation with authenticationToken.getDetails() != null but I am unsure of the intended direction here, going back before version 3 of this library it seems like it was a completely different implementation for this method.

I have written a blog about the topic to provide some more context and a bitbucket repo exists which replicates the issue.

https://fxqlabs.net/display/OSS/2019/08/20/Integrating+Atlassian+Crowd+with+Spring+Boot+via+Spring+Security

https://bitbucket.org/fxqlabs-oss/integrating-atlassian-crowd-with-spring-boot-via-spring/commits/1399518fe0f21f00fe2064991170585ac0bfe314

I would really like to get rid of these hacks to get the platform working because otherwise it's actually a very neat solution.

Thanks

1 answer

Hi Jonathan,

I have these problems too. In one case I see a no provider error, in the other case I see a DAO provider error (password).

Did you find a way to solve your problems? Your documentation link won´t work any more.

 

I tried your codes from Bitbucket but my error is still the same.

Do you have more information?

 

I asked the Community too: 

https://community.developer.atlassian.com/t/crowd-login-error-java-lang-unsupportedoperationexception-not-giving-you-the-password/35183

 

Regards

Uli

Hi Uli, The code from the Bitbucket repo should work ok I seem to have lost that blog however :(

I have updated the repo with a Readme for use without the blog, I have also updated to Crowd 3.7 and tested, all is ok still. I also added the build file to actually create the crowd server in docker from scratch to make it more independent for quickly testing different versions.

https://bitbucket.org/fxqlabs-oss/integrating-atlassian-crowd-with-spring-boot-via-spring/src/master/

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