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  • @required error message

    Hi,

    If this is the wrong place to ask this question please let me know.

    It is a spring question but I am using spring in a struts2 application.

    I have been trying to implement some checks into my application during startup by ensuring that my dependencies are checked. I tried putting @Required on the setter in my action and I get this message during startup:

    INFO XmlConfigurationProvider:380 - Unable to verify action class [xxx] exists at initialization

    Has anyone else experienced this or has advice on how to proceed?

    thanks,
    barry
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