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In my security.xml file , I implemented the access rights of admin/** page like that;



Then, In my strut.xml file, I have an action mapping like that;



I am able to call the myAction without logging in to the system
and at the result of the action I am forwarded to the admin.jsp page which I dont have required priveleges, However since action redirected me to that page, I am able to see the content of the page.

Since url is not changed after the action is called, security is not restricting the page show.
How can I handle this situation?
If security handle the forwarding, wouldnt it be better ?
 
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Sounds like you may not have the relevant servlet filters in the right order. Can you post your web.xml fille as well?
 
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have you configured your ExceptionTranslationFilter, or in other ways, have you ever used your authorization settings?
 
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