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Spring Security 3 by Peter Mularien

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Changes to packages and classes

Although in very straightforward applications of Spring Security 2, the locations of classes in packages may not matter, most applications of Spring Security don't end up being free from some kind of ties with the underlying code. So, we felt it would be helpful to point you in the direction of many of the overall package migrations and class renames that occurred between Spring Security 2 and 3.

Wherever possible, we have tried to map classes as accurately as we could—an overview of the major package moves are provided here, and (should you need it) a more comprehensive list is provided as a download with the source code. The table indicates the biggest relocations of classes from Spring Security 2 to Spring Security ...

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