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  • Where did spring-ojb.jar go?

    I am trying out Bea Workshop for JSP 3.2 as a plug-in for Eclipse. For the first 30 days, it will function as the complete uber-Workshop product, with features such as creating a Spring-enabled Dynamic Web Project.

    During the New Dynamic Web Project wizard, Workshop offers to specify that I want to use Spring 2.0 rc2 (from Bea's web site), or identify a local Spring 2.0 installation.

    When I try to identify the Spring 2.0 final installation on my hard drive, Workshop complains that spring-ojb.jar is missing from the dist/modules folder--thus preventing me from selecting Spring 2.0 final.

    Where did spring-ojb.jar go for Spring 2.0 final? Can I download it anywhere?

    Thanks.

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    I was able to fake out the Add Spring Library wizard in Workshop by creating an empty text file and changing its name to spring-ojb.jar, but it would be nice to have the actual jar to replace this stop-gap measure.

    Thanks.

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    • #3
      I'm not sure about the plugin but the ojb support has been moved into Spring Modules since 2.0 RC4 (see Spring changelog). I assume that the plugin is not updated to Spring 2.0 final.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Costin Leau View Post
        I'm not sure about the plugin but the ojb support has been moved into Spring Modules since 2.0 RC4 (see Spring changelog). I assume that the plugin is not updated to Spring 2.0 final.
        I'm not sure that I understand. I am saying that there is no spring-ojb.jar anywhere in the spring-framework-2.0-with-dependencies.zip archive. Is there some other Spring Modules repository from which I should/can obtain spring-ojb.jar?

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        • #5
          spring-ojb is not part anymore of the spring framework since 2.0 rc4 - that is you will not find it inside the spring distribution.
          You can find the obj support inside Spring Modules but it's under a different package name - org.springmodules instead of org.springframework.

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          • #6
            Okay. I understand now. I didn't realize that there was an actual Spring Modules project and distribution at https://springmodules.dev.java.net/--although I should have noticed from your profile by-line. I thought that Spring Modules was just an metaphor for the fact that optional component, but that it was still part of the Spring distribution.

            In light of this, I suspect that Bea will probably provide an update to their Workshop product that removes the constraint that a spring-ojb.jar be present in the Spring distribution identified by the user.

            Thanks Costin.

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