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How do I get a UserDetails object from a Principal object?

 
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Hi,

I'm using Spring 3.1.0.RELEASE and Spring security 3.1. To better help with JUnit testing, I was told I can inject my Princpal object into my controller methods ...



The problem is I can no longer get back to my original UserDetails object that I logged in with. I get a ClassCastException on the "final Registration currentUser = (Registration) principal" line above. Before, I used



and everything worked like a dream, except I couldn't easily do JUnit testing. How do I get my UserDetails object from an injected Principal? Here is the domain object I'm logging in with ...

 
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To get a UserDetails object from a Principal object use



Now with all the extra time you've saved by finding this answer, you can go back to checking your MyLife account, -
 
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Dave Alvarado wrote:To get a UserDetails object from a Principal object use



Now with all the extra time you've saved by finding this answer, you can go back to checking your MyLife account, -



Who uses MyLife???

Thanks

Mark
 
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