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    Hello everyone,

    I'm just 2 days new to Spring technology. I've already created some POJOs and generated Hibernate mapping for these files. I wanted to Spring-enable this application for transaction/session management. Hence I went ahead and wrote one business interface from which i can call Hibernate POJOs.

    I installed Eclipse plugin for Spring. So far so good. Now i need to create the "applicationContext.xml" file. Here's where the confusion is.

    Can i generate this xml file automatically using this Spring plugin for Eclipse or it's for error detection? In other words, do i need to write this .xml file from the scratch?

    I would greatly appreciate if someone can help me understand this.

    Thanks.

  • #2
    The intention of the plugin is to organize and to validate your configuration files from within eclipse. It is not possible to create a configuration file from the plugin. Anyway, that would be hardly possible. How should a tool determine how your beans (and which ones) have to be connected to form a useful object model?

    So you have to create the configuration yourself. Maybe the samples provided by spring can help you. Possibly you could use one as template for your application. You will see, it is not that hard to set up the configuration

    Regards,
    Andreas

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    • #3
      Originally posted by spring04
      Hello everyone,

      I'm just 2 days new to Spring technology. I've already created some POJOs and generated Hibernate mapping for these files. I wanted to Spring-enable this application for transaction/session management. Hence I went ahead and wrote one business interface from which i can call Hibernate POJOs.

      I installed Eclipse plugin for Spring. So far so good. Now i need to create the "applicationContext.xml" file. Here's where the confusion is.

      Can i generate this xml file automatically using this Spring plugin for Eclipse or it's for error detection? In other words, do i need to write this .xml file from the scratch?

      I would greatly appreciate if someone can help me understand this.

      Thanks.


      please tell me how you integrated spring to eclipse...........

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      • #4
        Hi,

        perhaps you should have a look at http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideFeatures for an overview of Spring IDE's features. A good starting point is the installation guide available from http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideInstall. For usage instructions visit http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideGuide.

        Feel free to post any open questions to the forum.

        Cheers

        Christian

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cdupuis
          Hi,

          perhaps you should have a look at http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideFeatures for an overview of Spring IDE's features. A good starting point is the installation guide available from http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideInstall. For usage instructions visit http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideGuide.

          Feel free to post any open questions to the forum.

          Cheers

          Christian

          hi, i am getting this error when i am trying to update througth the step what u given.........
          Network connection problems encountered during search..

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cdupuis
            Hi,

            perhaps you should have a look at http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideFeatures for an overview of Spring IDE's features. A good starting point is the installation guide available from http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideInstall. For usage instructions visit http://springide.org/project/wiki/SpringideGuide.

            Feel free to post any open questions to the forum.

            Cheers

            Christian

            hi, i am getting this error when i am trying to update througth the step what u given.........
            Network connection problems encountered during search..
            what are the basic requirements for spring IDE.
            i have eclipse3.1.1
            jre1.5
            please tell me is there any other plugins required.

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            • #7
              Hi,

              the requirements of Spring IDE 1.2.5 are listed here: http://springide.org/project/wiki/Sp...quiredSoftware

              Bascially Spring IDE relies on WTP 1.0. WST 1.0 has very strict requirements:

              # Eclipse 3.1.1
              # GEF 3.1.1
              # EMF/SDO/XSD 2.1.1
              # JEM 1.1.0.1

              Cheers,

              Christian

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              • #8
                proxy setting has to configue in your eclipse

                Hi,

                Before install in plug in, you have to configure proxy settings in your eclipse if you are in secured internet.

                go to windows --> preferences --> select install/Update.
                there you can see a proxy settings.......

                give http proxy host address and port.

                I think it would solve your problem.


                Thanks
                Narsi R Jillella

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