The Node Interface

The code for an authentication node must implement the Node interface.

AM provides base classes you can extend to implement the Node interface, depending on the type of custom authentication node you are creating. The available base classes are as follows:

SingleOutcomeNode

Used in nodes that only have a single exit path.

The Modify Auth Level Node is an example of a node that uses the SingleOutcomeNode base class.

For more information, see the SingleOutcomeNode class in the AM 7.1.0 Public API Javadoc.

AbstractDecisionNode

Used in nodes that have a boolean-type exit path. For example, true or false, yes or no, or allow or deny.

The Data Store Decision Node is an example of a node that uses the AbstractDecisionNode base class.

For more information, see the AbstractDecisionNode class in the AM 7.1.0 Public API Javadoc.

Implement the Node interface yourself if your custom node exit paths do not match the scenarios outlined above.

For more information, see the Node interface in the AM 7.1.0 Public API Javadoc.

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