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Hi,

Spring security used only for authorization not for authentication. Please advise how Spring security works with any simple working examples and resources. thanks in advance
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Spring security used only for authorization not for authentication
No, that's incorrect. It is used for both (and more).

Please advise how Spring security works with any simple working examples
Spring Security is such a large thing that covers a number of areas that there is no way to get anything simple that will explain it.

Yes, there are simple working examples/tutorials (that are easily found on the net) that will "show" you it working, but those will not "explain HOW it works" very well at all. To understand HOW it works you will need to read the documentation although unfortunately I would not call that "simple" !

If you think that me giving a very brief summary of a few of the main/most common aspects of Spring Security would be useful to you, let me know and I will do that?
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Yes please
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I thought single sign on sso, Tivoli etc rakes care of authentication where as spring security used at at next level of authorization
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Sorry, I'm on holidays right now, I should be able to get back to this soon.
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ok. sure.
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