SSO integration with JIRA

I m desigbing a custom Authenticator which in herits CrowdAuthenticator. I have thereby replaced SSOSeraphAuthenticator in seraph-config.xml by my custom Authenticator. How ever, my JIRA is unable to start as the log confirms that my authentificator which inherits CrowdAuthenticator bears the below constructeur could not be instantiated.

SsoCustomAuthenticator(CrowdHttpAuthenticator crowdHttpAuthenticator)

It is obvious because the construteur carries an argument as I dont have a choice(Implicit super). Have any one of you seen this kind of problem before?

P.S:

1 answer

I have solved the problem by myself, thereby the code below:

public VsjSsoAuthenticator(CrowdHttpAuthenticator crowdHttpAuthenticator) {
super(crowdHttpAuthenticator);
}

public VsjSsoAuthenticator()
{
this(RestCrowdHttpAuthenticationFactory.getAuthenticator());
}

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