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Spring / Tiles 2 example

 
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Does anyone know of a good Spring / Tiles 2 example and/or tutorial? There is precious little out there that I can find. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Well I think you are missing a middle part, or did you really mean to be specific and say "Spring MVC"?

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Yes, Spring MVC / Tiles 2 example.
 
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OK, I thought so. Spring has many many projects, so when you say Spring you are saying everything that Spring creates, including Spring Web Services, Spring JMX, Spring JMS, Spring Remoting, Spring Security, Spring AOP, Spring Framework, Spring Batch, Spring Integration.

And, actually every single one of them don't work directly with Tiles. Tiles is in conjunction with jsp pages, and not even that, but to use it with Spring MVC, is the exact same way you use it if you were just using JSP and Servlets. That is why you won't really find anything specifically that states how they "work together"

Good Luck, here are some links I found on Google for you.

http://www2.lifl.fr/~dumoulin/tiles/tilesAdvancedFeatures.pdf
http://groups.google.com/group/javawug/browse_thread/thread/54228c71beb3574a?pli=1

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Mark,

Thanks so much. I will take a look at the documents.

Jim
 
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Hi All, I created a JSP with tiles in a Spring project...the standard layout.jsp with the tile-defs.xml in the web-inf and the header.jsp which is inserted in the layout using a <put>, there is a css folder that has my style.css. My problem is that the style.css view styles are not rendering on the generated html page. Where could I be going wrong? FYI, No errors, the server is tomcat 5.5, spring ver 2.0, jdk 1.5.
 
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You can find some good spring mvc tutorials here. VaanNila.com
 
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