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  • no applicationContext.xml to add?

    I try to add Spring Beans config files to my project,following the guide:

    1.Add Spring Beans project nature
    select open project nodes in Eclipse resource navigator or JDT package explorer
    activate context menu item "Add Spring Beans Project Nature" on selected projects -> these projects are now decorated with a small 'S' in the upper right corner (overwriting other decorators, e.g. Java project decorator 'J')
    2.Add references to other Spring projects
    open project's properties dialog in Eclipse resource navigator or JDT package explorer
    select the properties page "Project References" from the list
    select Spring project(s) containing Spring Beans config files which are referenced from within in this project's Spring Beans config sets .

    but no entries available,no applicationContext.xml to add.
    I am using springframework.ide.eclipse 1.2.2, eclipse 3.1.2.

    Please help me solve this problem.
    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    u should create the application.xml yourself.the plug-in will not help u do this.
    when the xml file is created,u will see the file in the spring config dialog.

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    • #3
      Thank u for help!

      Hi mengjinmin,
      I have done this, and I had to do this.
      Anyway,thanks for reply!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by site2win
        I am using springframework.ide.eclipse 1.2.2, eclipse 3.1.2.
        Why are you still using Spring IDE 1.2.2? Meanwhile 4 newer versions of Spring IDE were released. Maybe your issue was fixed in one of these.

        Torsten

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        • #5
          But How can I get the newest version?

          Thanks a lot.
          But How can I get the new version?
          I only can get V1.2.2 through http://springide-eclip.sourceforge.net/updatesite/.

          Any thoughts?

          Thanks again!

          Jesse

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          • #6
            For quite a while now, Spring IDE is hosted on http://springide.org. Please try http://springide.org/updatesite in your Eclipse Update Manager.

            Cheers
            Christian

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