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cxf callbackhandler-- how to pass in object

sam wang
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Joined: Oct 17, 2006
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Hi, there,

I have a question about how to pass an object to cxf callbackhandler? For all the current existing examples, setting password in cxf callbackhandler is hard coded. I want to pass in some object (for example, a map<username,password>, or a resultset that will read the username/password from the database). In this way, it will not hard code the password, instead, it will read the information from database. However, I can't find any way to pass such kind of object to callbackhandler.


Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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