On the Okta blog, we spend much of our time talking about logging in. That is because once you configure your application to log in, the log out just works. But there are a few things you should consider when you’re thinking about your app’s logout configuration. In this post, I’ll walk through examples of the two logout options you have with Spring Security: the “default” session clearing logout, and relying party initiated logout.
My favorite way to test Java code is with Groovy. Specifically, writing tests in Groovy with Hamcrest. In this post, I’ll walk through how to test a simple Spring Boot application with these tools.
Most OAuth 2.0 guides are focused around the context of a user, i.e., login to an application using Google, Github, Okta, etc., then do something on behalf of that user. While useful, these guides ignore server-to-server communication where there is no user and you only have one service connecting to another one.