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Blocked By CORS policy error even after adding @CrossOrigin

 
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Here is my controller class.




Here is what I'm doing in Angular





No matter what I do or what I name it, it is being blocked by CORS policy.   I don't understand why.  Every other program I made, the @CrossOrigin annotation fixed it.  Why is it not working?
 
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I guess you may need to add a WebMvcConfigurer bean.
Here is an example :
https://github.com/Java-Techie-jt/spring-security-cors-example/blob/master/myPortal/src/main/java/com/javatechie/spring/cors/api/MyPortalApplication.java
 
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