When we implement authorization in Spring Boot with Spring Security, for instance, using the PreAuth annotation, we should never skip automated tests for it. We could use the @PreAuth, among other annotations, to control authenticated users’ access to some methods
Spring Boot + Spring Security with Multiple Login Forms and User Types
I’m working on some personal project that handles 4 different user types (e.g., students, instructors, registrar employees, security personnel). Each user type are stored in a separate user table. With this, I require four (4) login forms.