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Using spring security filter to authenticate credentials stored in the url

anas nashrul
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I use spring security framework 2.0.5 .
I try to use security filter where I can put username and password in the url, so a user doesn't need to be redirected to login page when he/she wants to access a url resource...

How can I do that without making custom processing filter?
I mean, is there any built in class in spring security framework in that version that handle that case ??
Thanks in advance..
 
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