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IllegalArgumentException: 'dataSource' or 'jdbcTemplate' is required

 
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I believe I've properly configured my data source, however, I continually get the following error:

Invocation of init method failed; nested exception is java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: 'dataSource' or 'jdbcTemplate' is required


Below is my bean declaration and class, anyone see what is/could be wrong?

Note: JdbcDaoImpl has it's own dataSource and jdbcTemplate properties and getters/setters
 
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So it seems to need a JDBCTemplate passed in to it, just like you did with the dataSource. Just create a bean with JDBCTemplate passing dataSource in to a contructor-arg. Then inject the jdbcTemplate into the UserDetailsService bean there.

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