public interface ClientAuthModule extends ClientAuth
A module implementation should assume it may be used to secure different requests as different clients. A module should also assume it may be used concurrently by multiple callers. It is the module implementation's responsibility to properly save and restore any state as necessary. A module that does not need to do so may remain completely stateless.
Every implementation of the interface must provide a public zero argument constructor.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Get the one or more Class objects representing the message types supported by the module.
Initialize this module with request and response message policies to enforce, a CallbackHandler, and any module-specific configuration properties.
void initialize(MessagePolicy requestPolicy, MessagePolicy responsePolicy, CallbackHandler handler, Map options) throws AuthException
The request policy and the response policy must not both be null.
requestPolicy- The request policy this module must enforce, or null.
responsePolicy- The response policy this module must enforce, or null.
handler- CallbackHandler used to request information.
options- A Map of module-specific configuration properties.
AuthException- If module initialization fails, including for the case where the options argument contains elements that are not supported by the module.
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