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Autowiring Session Component into Singleton Controller

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I have been struggling with this problem for couple of days, I think I tried most of Stack Overflows answers and suggestions and still nothing.

I would like to inject Session scoped Component into Singleton scoped Controller but everytime autowired component have properties set to null.

My Component that I woud like to Inject:

My two controller that need to share data:

My applicationContext,xm - important parts:

While debugging I noticed following details, picture below should explain it:

Even that I set my values they appear to be null (or that may be just some debugger flickering) therfore when I want to use that values in TwitterAuthorizationController I can't because they are always null.
Anyways I turn to You because I can't figure this out.


The main goal of controllers are to use Twitter OAuth to redirect me back to my site after successfull authorization.
This is what I noticed:
When I enter /ProfileSocialMedia values are being set correctly.
When i enter /TwitterSuccessAuth MANUALLY everything is correct.
But when TWITTER redirects me to /TwitterSuccessAuth Session is somehow lost. Is there any solution to that?

EDIT v2:
It is resolved. Due to my stupidity I was telling Twitter to redirect me to but my GlassFish is launched at localhost:8080 and that caused cookies to be incompatible. Chaning Twitter redirect URL to localhost:8080 fixed the issue.
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