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Spring Security Authentication and Neo4j

Based on the access control lists, Georg M. Sorst provides an easy way to integrate Spring Security Authentication with Neo4j:

When you take a look at the data structure you will see how suitable a graph is to store user data. It allows you to easily create a hierarchical group structure and in order to aggregate all of the user’s groups just need to traverse (find one or more paths) from the user node to the start node.

via: http://blog.vergiss-blackjack.de/2010/04/spring-security-authentication-with-a-neo4j-backend/