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Spring Security 3 and OSgi

 
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Does Spring Security 3 work great in a OSGi environnement ?
 
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Hello Gildas,

Although we don't cover Spring Security with OSGi in the book, the significant class and package detangling that Luke did in Spring Security 3 makes Spring Sec much more OSGI-friendly than earlier versions, although I think there have been a handful of bugs reported since it was released. I suspect with continued adoption of OSGi and DM Server, more people will be exploring it and (hopefully) documenting any issues.

Sorry that's not much of an answer

Best,
Peter
 
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