SpringSecurity v2.0.3 >> @Secured annotation not working
Point#1: As found in the latest version (Spring Security v2.0.3), this org.springframework.security.annotation.SecurityAn notationAttributes is not supported anymore.
Originally Posted by Luke Taylor
Point#2: As seen from the url, http://jira.springframework.org/brow...s:all-tabpanel, it is mentioned (by Adam Dyga - 06/May/08 01:34 PM) that " .... MethodDefinitionAttributes class exists, but SecurityAnnotationAttributes doesn't and due to this org.springframework.security.annotation.SecuredMet hodDefinitionSource should be used instead of them. "
But it is NOT mentioned how to use the SecuredMethodDefinitionSource for method level security. It would be better if a detailed example is provided within the documentation. The official documentation seems incomplete.
Point#3: Using <security:annotation-driven/> or, <annotation-driven/ >as mentioned Luke Taylor. But in Spring Security latest version (v2.0.3), this annotation is not found. So it would be better if some concrete solution is provided.
I'm still facing the problem. The @Secured annotation does not work actually.
My suggestion to Luke (or, any other SpringSecurity deveopment team member) is: please provide a complete example for method-based security using the @Secured annotation, this will resolve many problems/queries for members like us. It would be nice if this example includes: a spring-security config file, sample java files with @Secured annotations and specific version of the springsecurity API.
... M. Chisty