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  • HttpInvoker for applet

    Hi,

    I've been using Thinlet and HttpInvoker with very good result. Thinlet together with my application jars add up to ~300kB. Could you advise me of the minimum jars in the Spring distribution necessary for the client instead of using the full spring.jar?

    Thanks.

    Clifford Cheng

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    Clifford,

    If you look at readme.txt in the root of the project, and also in the lib directory, these two files will describe how spring is broken up, and what the dependencies for various code are.

    Regards,

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      HttpInvoker and applet

      Hi Colin,

      Thanks for the information. I am now able to reduce the total size of the spring distribution by half using spring-core, spring-context and spring-aop. HttpInvoker is amazingly easy to use and reliable. I wonder if I could still take something out from these packages to reduce the size further (I have actually taken out mail, JNDI, EJB, scheduling, etc).

      Regards
      Clifford Cheng

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