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Multiple annotation based context configuration

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I'm developing a spring based application which I'd like to organize in separated projects like follows:

books-service: provides all services binded to repositories working with some relational database
books-web: provides all controllers and web resources

books-service has a configuration using java class annotated with @Configuration which scans for package
books-web has a configuration using java class annotated with @Configuration which scans for package

When I set the base package to @ComponentScan with I have all requests being executed twice because beans were created twice.
So to solve this, I'm using @ComponentScan.Filter as follows:

Configuration for web app:

Configuration for services app:

So even using this configuration, my services are being executed twice.
Does anybody knows what's happening here?

Thanks in advance

Adolfo Eloy
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