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  • Spring and Eclipse/Exadel

    Hello!


    Downloaded the new Exadel.
    Wanting to get started with the Spring IDE.

    Following a book from apress on the subject, seems that I have
    to figure out the coupling to Exadel and Spring IDE by myself.
    Is the Spring IDE not as well written as the Struts IDE which I
    have used in Exadel.

    This is what I have done:
    created a Spring project.
    Did fetch the springframework.
    Importing all the jars necessary ( is one not able to get the libraries instead,
    do not want to see all these jars ( i can ofcourse use the filter), not sure
    which jars I should get)

    And now I am a bit stuck with adding beans in my beans.xml.

    anyone out there who can give me a step by step here,
    creating a small project which can serve as a template for other
    spring projects created with exadel.

    regards, i

  • #2
    Originally posted by inkimar
    Following a book from apress on the subject, seems that I have to figure out the coupling to Exadel and Spring IDE by myself.
    For this case Exadel provides an explanation as a starter.

    Originally posted by inkimar
    Is the Spring IDE not as well written as the Struts IDE which I have used in Exadel.
    Spring IDE is an open source project with a certain feature set and Exadel's shipping a specific version of Spring IDE with their product. So I'm not sure what you're refering to by stating "not as well written as".

    Originally posted by inkimar
    And now I am a bit stuck with adding beans in my beans.xml.
    Spring IDE provides some help here, e.g. by providing an XML editor and a validator which "know" a little bit about Spring BeanConfig files.

    Torsten

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    • #3
      thanks torsten

      Well my post was not to be seen to be a criticism of the Spring IDE
      nor how it is implemented in Exadel.
      One gets used to a mindset, mine comes from Struts and how
      to build Struts application in Exadel, and I just cannot grab the Spring IDE
      in Exadel.

      Hopefully this will turn out just fine, would be nice though to have a step-by-step guide in eclipse/exadel on how to use the Spring IDE in most efficient way for us novices - would like to get it right from the beginning.

      regards, i

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