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cbauth announces several custom interception points. You can use these interception points to change request data or add additional values to session or request scopes. The preAuthentication and postAuthentication events fire during the standard authenticate() method call with a username and password. The preLogin and postLogin events fire during the login() method call. The preLogout and postLogout events fire during the logout() method call.
the preLogin and postLogin interception points will be called during the course of authenticate(). The order of the calls then are preAuthentication -> preLogin -> postLogin -> postAuthentication.

preAuthentication

InterceptData
Name
Description
username
The username passed in to cbauth
password
The password passed in to cbauth
Modifying the values in the interceptData will change what is passed to isValidCredentials and retrieveUserByUsername. This is the prime time to ignore certain requests or remove or pad usernames.

postAuthentication

InterceptData
Name
Description
user
The user component to be logged in
sessionStorage
The sessionStorage object to store additional values if needed
requestStorage
The requestStorage object to store additional values if needed
This is the prime time to store additional values based on the user returned.

preLogin

InterceptData
Name
Description
user
The user component to be logged in

postLogin

InterceptData
Name
Description
user
The user component to be logged in.
sessionStorage
The sessionStorage object to store additional values if needed
requestStorage
The requestStorage object to store additional values if needed
This is a good opportunity to store additional data if your application logged the user in manually without authenticating via a username/password like a "remember me" system.

preLogout

InterceptData
Name
Description
user
The user component to be logged in.

postLogout

InterceptData
Name
Description
no additional data
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