Contains the username and token (or password) to be used to login to a Liberator or other remote Caplin server.
Provides the classes used by StreamLink for Java and the Enterprise Management Console to get the credentials they need to login to a Liberator or other Caplin server-side component.
CredentialsListener must be implemented by a
class that wants to provide the credentials that will be used to login. This must be passed into
the constructor of the RTJLProvider that is used (see
ReconnectingRTJLProvider(Properties, CredentialsListener) and
If a specific CredentialsListener isn't defined, StreamLink for Java will use
com.caplin.credentials.DefaultCredentials. This gets the credentials to use from the
rttp.login.name and rttp.login.password values specified in the StreamLink properties
StandardKeyMasterCredentials provides an
implementation of CredentialsListener which will get the credentials from a server. It expects the
credentials to be returned in the standard KeyMaster format.
examples.credentials.auth.AuthenticatingKeyMasterCredentials is an example implementation of CredentialsListener which will get the
credentials from a server which requires authentication. It also expects the credentials to be returned in the standard KeyMaster format. In
this case, in order to acquire the Credentials from the server, one must authenticate oneself to the server. Further details of how to
instantiate/configure instances of AuthenticatingKeyMasterCredentials can be
found in the examples provided with this software.
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