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Hi,


Good Morning to the World!!!

Hope everyone is doing good.

I started learning spring security. I created a sample application as mentioned in book and run the application in jetty server.
The application should ask for the username and password before displaying the "Hello World" content. But it is displaying the content directly without showing the login form.
At runtime it is picking applicationContext-security.xml eventhough it is configured in DD.
Please go through the code below:

HelloWorldServlet.java



web.xml


applicationSecurity-context.xml



This is a maven project which runs on the jetty server.

My doubt with the above code is I am making use of both annotations and xml (DD). Is this leading to confusion to compiler. Please suggest me where I'm mistaken.

Thank You to everyone for the help.

Thanks and Regards,
G.Sathish Kumar.

 
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Hi,

I have solved the issue. The issue is with maven project structure.
Thank You for everyone for their time and patience.

Thanks and Regards,
G.Sathish Kumar
 
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