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How can I use Tomcat authentication with spring security 3? I am currently using authetication from memory where my user/pass/roles are defined in app-context-security.  I want to use tomcat authentication instead (from the tomcat-users file).  

So, is there a way to use container managed authentication in spring security 3?
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I am using tomcat6 and would move to tomcat 7 soon
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Any ideas how to use tomcat memory realm authentication using spring security?
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