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  • RAJ9992


    Very Gud to have a e-publisher like u i love this article to learn Easily Either i dont know the Technology Can u please Solve the Problem that i have faced

    SEVERE: Context initialization failed
    org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanDefinitionStoreException: Unexpected exception parsing XML document from ServletContext resource [/WEB-INF/spring-security.xml]; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.FatalBeanException: NamespaceHandler class [] for namespace [] not found; nested exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:

  • Abida

    Hello sir,
    I just have a query tat where are we comparing the database password and password given in JSP..??

  • kamirru


    I’ve got a problem.
    When I am running this database example I got the HTTP404.
    When running the XML tutorial it works fine. Do you possibly know the reason? I have created the spring-database.xml a.o.

    When I am trying to run your source code I face the same issue. Can you help?

  • ben

    As always simple and “PERFECT”

    • pravin

      thanks ben

  • pravin

    thanks,this is very useful example of spring security. I have one problem if user have multiple role in his role column(e.g USER,ADMIN,TESTUSER) then how spring can check for multiple roles.


      You could have a unique composite key in the database which would solve that problem.

  • kim

    In this code(below)
    I want to give authorities to users who is login user whose data in database.
    And below query sentence is good working in database
    but through this security.xml file I conduct index.jsp not working.
    (I think below query sentence is not working in index.jsp)
    I’m so curious about giving authorities users.
    I need your help.

    • kim

      below code;


      • kim
  • nakkach

    thx for ur help

    i am working with spring security 2.0.1 and i am trying to add MD5 hash in order to hash my password , i have tried so many codes tell now put still didnt get how to tell spring to read encoded password from my database ? could anyone plz give me the configuration step by step in order to add MD5 hash into spring security ?

  • Rakesh Yadav

    Hi Mkyong, here I got a small doubt.
    In Spring Security I observed that by default they are using Cookies for Session Management.
    My question is, if my browser is not supporting cookies then how to achieve it…?
    Please let me know, and correct me if I’m wrong.

    Thanks in advance. :)

  • Rakesh Yadav

    Awesome, helps a lot.
    Appreciate your help, Thank you…. :)

  • Somesh

    thank you very much…. it helps a lot to me