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Spring security 4 (annotations) from database not working

 
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Hello there!

I am still struggling with Spring, but now i have moved on to the security part. I was following some tutorials and I find myself stuck, the security won't work, but I don't receive any errors either.
I have implemented the SecurityConfig class:



Also, the implementation of UserDetailsService:



The UserDAO implementation contains findByUserName:



Any idea what else i should configure in order to make it work? I know there are a lot of tutorials out there on security, but that's the problem: there are too many different ways of doing this and i find it difficult to make sense of it.
 
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