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Spring security: No bean named 'springSecurityFilterChain' is defined

 
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Hi all,

I have quite a problem with spring security.

Situation:

WEB.XML:


APPCONTEXT.XML:


ERROR:



My other services, dao, controllers are annotation based loaden by other xml files with an component scan...

Why am i getting this error?

Kind regards,
Thomas
 
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/solved
 
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Post the solution, it might be useful to others.
 
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i had different context files, the security configuration must be in my service context configuration
 
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Thomas,

Doesn't matter, YOU CAN keep those files separate, just give the following in:



prefix can be say your project name for example and spring's the folder or package where your xml config resources might be ... that way all your bean definitions would be available, I think it is a good practice to keep security config separate ... just a thought.

Trilochan.

Addendum: This is in web.xml
 
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thanks i will sure check on this
 
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