Mar 19th, 2012, 03:56 AM
OK, that's a little clearer, but you still didn't say what the problem is really. Most of the problems I listed in my first response are still there, though, so maybe you should clean things up a bit before we go any deeper. A lot of weirdness will go away if you remove the extra ConetxtLoaderListener, but that won't get you to a working app until you fix the other stuff. For instance, if you use ContextLoaderListener to load your security context you need to use the default Spring Security filter configuration.
Mar 19th, 2012, 08:07 PM
If I use <mvc:annotation-driven /> in my app,it will cann’t get aop intercept log.If I note, aop will get intercept log.This is the problem in my app.Thaks….
Mar 19th, 2012, 08:13 PM
I removed my first ContextLoaderListener ,But the problem remain.
Mar 20th, 2012, 12:44 AM
OK, so did you fix the other problems? The <mvc:annotation-driven/> has to go in the servlet context, which you haven't defined unless I'm missing something, and the security filter needs its default settings (so remove the <init-param/>). You might be better off asking in the Spring Security or Spring MVC forums for general help on how to set up a Spring Security app with MVC, then come back here when you need more help with the OAuth filters.