This tutorial will show you how to remember your credentials for a specific time period for auto-login without providing any login credentials into the login form.
Remember-me or persistent-login authentication refers to web sites being able to remember the identity of a principal between sessions. This is typically accomplished by sending a cookie to the browser, with the cookie being detected during future sessions and causing automated login to take place. Spring Security provides the necessary hooks for these operations to take place, and has two concrete remember-me implementations. One uses hashing to preserve the security of cookie-based tokens and the other uses a database or other persistent storage mechanism to store the generated tokens.
In my previous tutorial I have shown but this example uses database storage to store generated tokens for Remember Me login implementation.