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  • Spring Migration : Windows to Linux

    Hi,

    I could not find any threads related to the issue that I have. Could someone let me know if it is possible to migrate the live application from Windows XP to Redhat Linux? And whether it is really a hassle to do it that way? Any kind of advice and pointers will be really helpful

    Thanks a lot.

    Vishal

  • #2
    It's Java, Spring doesn't care on which OS you run. From your post it is unclear if you're running Spring Integration, but the same goes for that. I would pay extra attention to file system access.

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      Spring Migration : Windows to Linux

      Thanks for your quick response. Yes. You are right its Java and should not be spring, but it was not clear because when I downloaded Spring, it gave me an option for which OS you are downloading. That made me think about the OS.

      Also, I am not using Spring integration. I am just using Core Spring techniques including JDBC access and BeanFactory and stuff on Eclipse 3.3. I suppose this will be platform independent.

      Please let me know. Thanks

      Vishal

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      • #4
        just a follow up on this thread, I too have an application built on spring (core, AOP, MVC, webflow, springsecurity, ibatis, PostgreSQL) and currently considering moving from windows XP to linux. Which version of linux should I use (Debian, Fedora, etc...)

        Appreciate any suggestions, lessons learned, documentation that would help migrate my application.

        Thanks
        Last edited by sattyani; Aug 21st, 2008, 01:48 PM.

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