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[spring] aop config

 
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hi

i use spring and i try to use aop.

before some method of a class been called, i would like to check if the user have the correct access to do it...

my files




in a testCase file i do




the error message



it's seem to be a config error...
i spent a couple of hour to try to resolve this problem..

any idea?

thanks
[ April 15, 2008: Message edited by: mark smith ]
 
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Have you configured your MessageResourceBundles? if not configure that in your spring config file(applicationContext.xml)
 
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1. Have you included CGLIB in your lib folder ?
2. Modify your AOP config just like this :
<aop:config proxy-target-class="true">
 
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