An authentication success strategy which can make use of the
which may have been stored in the session by the
. When such a request is intercepted and requires
authentication, the request data is stored to record the original destination before
the authentication process commenced, and to allow the request to be reconstructed when
a redirect to the same URL occurs. This class is responsible for performing the
redirect to the original URL if appropriate.
Following a successful authentication, it decides on the redirect destination, based on
the following scenarios:
alwaysUseDefaultTargetUrl property is set to true, the
defaultTargetUrl will be used for the destination. Any
DefaultSavedRequest stored in the session will be removed.
targetUrlParameter has been set on the request, the value will be used
as the destination. Any
DefaultSavedRequest will again be removed.
SavedRequest is found in the
RequestCache (as set by the
ExceptionTranslationFilter to record the original destination before the
authentication process commenced), a redirect will be performed to the Url of that
original destination. The
SavedRequest object will remain cached and be picked
up when the redirected request is received (See
SavedRequest is found, it will delegate to the base class.