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ManagedBean is not accessible, using JSF2.2, Spring 4.0 and SpringSecurity 3.2

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Dear All,

I am developing a Dynamic Web Application, using JSF 2.2, Spring Framework 4.0 and Spring Security 3.2. I, first, integrated JSF and Spring framework (JSF Page => ManagedBean => Service => DAO). It was working fine. But when I introduced Spring Security, I am unable to access ManagedBean in JSF page and getting no error at all. ManagedBean is not even invoked (even constructor is not called). I have been surfing for this issue for 2 days now, but couldn’t find any resolution.

My config files are as following:









If I remove "DelegatingFilterProxy" from Web.xml, everything works fine. Kindly help me out here.

I am using Eclipse and tomcat server.[/color]
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