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Spring Security - Method level Permission

kri shan
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How to set method level security permission(authorisation) using Spring WS. If i have class level security too, which one(class level / method level ) takes high priority ?
kri shan
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Joined: Apr 08, 2004
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Any input ?
Philippe Fery

Joined: Jan 25, 2011
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Hi Kri Shan!

The method level takes higher priority on the class level.

See here: http://download.oracle.com/javaee/5/api/javax/annotation/security/RolesAllowed.html

Specifies the list of roles permitted to access method(s) in an application. The value of the RolesAllowed annotation is a list of security role names. This annotation can be specified on a class or on method(s). Specifying it at a class level means that it applies to all the methods in the class. Specifying it on a method means that it is applicable to that method only. If applied at both the class and methods level , the method value overrides the class value if the two conflict.

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