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Using Third Party OAuth 2 Library

 
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I need to use features of an OAuth 2 library that the normal Spring Security material will not cover.  I know that I should use HTTPS.  As far as I understand, I could probably use a standard Spring MVC setup.  I assume I could use an @RequestMapping anotation with a method inside a View type of class to do the job?  Accepting a token would be my goal.

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