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  • @Secured nightmare

    I'm really confused and even more concerned about my @Secured annotations.

    We have built an entire project with @Secured annotations placed on implementation of classes. As far as we knew this was a correct usage of the annotation.
    Since upgrading to Spring 2.0 it appears that none of these annotations work any more. Only when the @Secured annotation is placed on the interface is the method now secured.

    I really concerned that others may have upgraded to Spring 2.0 without the knowledge that this will break there @Secured method security, assuming my assumption is correct.

    Can someone more intelligent than me tell me what is going on?

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    Sorry wrong topic

    Sorry wrong topic