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Hello Java Master,

i'm new using GlassFish. this is my first time using GlassFish. Before Using glassfish, i deploy my application using Tomcat 6. Now i'm trying to change it using glassfish. With Tomcat 6 there is no problem. i put all my applicationContext.xml in WEB-INF/classes. but in GlassFish my applicationContext wouldn't be loaded by glassfish, even when i put my applicationContext.xml in WEB-INF/classes. so when i'm trying to call some beanId, then error message appear, said than there is No Bean Name "xxxxx". Is there something that i miss?

i load the applicationContext using this code :



i use "applicationContext-*.xml" because i have more than 1 applicationContext. in Tomcat 6 there is no problem. but in glassfish the applicationContext wouldn't be loaded.

Thanks Before.
 
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