Annotation Type EnableMethodSecurity
@Retention(RUNTIME) @Target(TYPE) @Documented @Import(org.springframework.security.config.annotation.method.configuration.MethodSecuritySelector.class) @Configuration public @interface EnableMethodSecurityEnables Spring Security Method Security.
Optional Element Summary
Optional Elements Modifier and Type Optional Element Description
jsr250EnabledDetermines if JSR-250 annotations should be enabled.
modeIndicate how security advice should be applied.
proxyTargetClassIndicate whether subclass-based (CGLIB) proxies are to be created as opposed to standard Java interface-based proxies.
securedEnabledDetermines if Spring Security's
Securedannotation should be enabled.
boolean proxyTargetClassIndicate whether subclass-based (CGLIB) proxies are to be created as opposed to standard Java interface-based proxies. The default is
false. Applicable only if
mode()is set to
Note that setting this attribute to
truewill affect all Spring-managed beans requiring proxying, not just those marked with
@Cacheable. For example, other beans marked with Spring's
@Transactionalannotation will be upgraded to subclass proxying at the same time. This approach has no negative impact in practice unless one is explicitly expecting one type of proxy vs another, e.g. in tests.
- true if subclass-based (CGLIB) proxies are to be created