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  • problem resolving references to 3rd-party-beans in configuration

    We are using apache camel for integration-functionality. We have a camel-bean defined with
    Code:
    <camel:camelContext id="adapterCamel">
    .

    The defined id is referenced in a (normal) spring-bean. Spring IDE shows an error "bean 'adapterCamel' not found".

    Is there any possibility to tell spring IDE to ignore some distinct beans or even to supress this concrete error, like e. g. in checkstyle?

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    Hi,

    I've added the ability to configure bean names that should be ignored to Spring IDE. You can get that in the latest nightly build. Open the preferences: Spring -> Project Validators -> Beans Validator (expand the node) -> Bean Reference Rule -> Configure.

    If you don't want to or can update, you can disable the "Bean Reference Rule" from the "Beans Validator". This will certainly disable all validation of bean references.

    HTH

    Christian

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