@Secured and @RolesAllowed are the same the only difference is @RolesAllowed is a standard annotation (i.e. not only spring security) whereas @Secured is spring security only. @PreAuthorize is different in a way that it is …
Spring Security Archive
February 28, 2017
The main difference between @Secured and @PreAuthorize is that @PreAuthorize can work with Spring EL.
February 27, 2017
In this tutorial of Spring Security Annotation Based Hello World Example, we will take a look into very simple hello world example of spring security annotation based in a Spring MVC environment. In previous tutorial …