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  • How to have Spring to work in eclipse IDE

    Hi, this may be a repeated question but im really confused. I dun understand this ---> Is Spring IDE one single IDE or it is a plugin to be installed on Eclipse ? is there any Spring plugins for Eclipse 3.3 (europa Java EE ), would you please tell me the installation of hese plugins from the very beginning guys? I mean step by step...1. 2. 3. ...I do appreciate you if you would help me to get Eclipse to work with Spring .

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    Hi,

    Spring IDE is a set of plug-ins for Eclipse and no complete Eclipse distro (yet?). And yes, we do support 3.3.

    Read here how to install it.

    Christian

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    • #3
      Hi Christian,

      Thanks for the link. Still is there any alternative way to set up a spring project instead of using Spring IDE. Can you please explain me how can I set up a spring project without Spring IDE. I mean to say that what are all the plugins or jar files I need to include into Eclipse?

      I am new to Spring world. Can you please do the needful.

      Thanks
      Uday.

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      • #4
        Uday,

        Just download Spring Framework first. then create a new project ( Java Project ( plain, add jre 6 or 5 may be to it ( add 4 if your a caveman j / k we use 4 professionally too ), then from springFramework zip extract all jars from lib folder and add it your Project. create a simple test class and add a main to it.

        then just write boiler plate code in it ( like xmlBeanFactory = new FilesystemResourceXMLBeanFactory( resource ) etc ) ...


        add beans.xml and configure the beans

        voila ! first project done.

        do let me know if you have any issues ..


        Regards,
        Vyas, Anirudh

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