Changing the order results in the same problem when omitting the javaagent tag...
Originally Posted by mdeinum
I don't think that this makes a difference. Having only "load-time-weaver" enables the "spring-configured" by default according to the doc:
This also activates the current application context for applying dependency injection to non-managed classes that are instantiated outside of the Spring bean factory (typically classes annotated with the @Configurable annotation). This will only happen if the AnnotationBeanConfigurerAspect is on the classpath (i.e. spring-aspects.jar), effectively activating "spring-configured" by default.