Spring, as an IOC application framework, shouldn't be any more difficult to use in a Portlet Service or Portlet Application than it would in any other Java or J2EE application.
Learn and understand Spring, and you shouldn't run into too many problems.
Bhargav N Balasubrahmanya
posted 8 years ago
Thanks Cameron, i was actually facing problems with this earlier. I could create a simple portlet service and use it in my portlet application. The portlet service, when run independently with the spring injection ran fine. But when i tried running it as a service(in the sense, use it in my portlet application), it used to cause me problems saying, the spring-beans.xml was not found. If the give the absolute path of the xml in the application, it would work fine, but the relative paths were causing problems. It's ok now. i could solve it with some changes in my code.
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