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Several ways shiro triggers the doGetAuthorizationInfo method

Posted on Aug. 8, 2022, 6:57 p.m. by Josephine Evans-Phillips
Category: The back-end Tag: The back-end

When will Shiro's authorization checks be triggered? There are usually three ways:

Method 1: Use the Subject object to actively invoke permission verification in code

Subject. HasRole (" admin "); / / or the subject isPermitted (" admin ");Copy the code

This method belongs to the code in the need to verify the permission of the initiative call, judge the return result to determine whether to pass.

Method 2: Check for method requests in the form of annotations

@RequiresRoles("admin")
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This is usually used in the Controller method.

Method three: page Shiro TAB

For FTL pages, you can use labels to mark corresponding requests directly on the page. When the page is displayed, the corresponding label is detected for permission verification.

shiro:hasPermission name="item:update"
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If it is a JSP page, we first need to introduce Shiro tags in the JSP before using Shiro tag libraries:

%@ taglib prefix="shiro" uri="/WEB-INF/tlds/shiros.tld" %
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When shiro is tagged, it is used in conjunction with background code: You need to inherit AuthorizingRealm, Protected AuthorizationInfo doGetAuthorizationInfo(PrincipalCollection PrincipalCollection) is used to process services.

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