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@Secured Annotation Not Working

Mike London
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Joined: Jul 12, 2002
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I have a method in a @Controller where I ONLY want that method to execute if the user role="ADMIN".

This method handles the POST from a JSP as shown below.

The problem is that, regardless of the user role, the code in the method executes!

I've tried adding an additional point-cut to the security context file for that @Controller class, but that didn't work either.

Look forward to any suggestions.



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