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Does MVC method PUT work with Spring security?

 
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Posted on Spring forum, no luck, let's try here.

I have problem exactly the same as stated in discussion in Spring Roo Forum

http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?t=84889

Problem is this: In my controller, I adjusted code for the methods for creation (using POST) and update (using PUT). Unfortunately spring security seems to do a redirect so the original PUT-request from my update gets turned into a POST-request which in turn leads to the controller not finding a correct request mapping for the update URL (expects PUT, gets POST).

There is jira issue and it should be fixed with wersion #Fix Version/s: 3.0.2.

I am using Spring 3.0.3. I am new to Spring MVC, so I am not sure that my setup is 100% correct.

If someone can just confirm it is working (Spring MVC + Spring Security + Method PUT for update), I will try to find issue on my side.

If someone had similar issue and resolved it, any hints will be appreciated.
 
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