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Hi all,

I have downloaded spring-framework-3.0.0.M2-with-docs and plug-in EclipseSpring-0.1.0. I am using Eclipse3.3 and Java6. I want to do a sample spring project but I dont know how to add spring capabilities. For eclipse I dont have 'add spring capabilities ' option. Can anybody guide me how to add spring capabilities step by step.
I copied plug-in EclipseSpring-0.1.0 folder into Eclipse plug-in folder and I dont know how to proceed further. Please tell me whether I am in right direction or not.

Thanks,
Sudha.
 
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sudha javvadi wrote:Hi all,

I have downloaded spring-framework-3.0.0.M2-with-docs and plug-in EclipseSpring-0.1.0. I am using Eclipse3.3 and Java6. I want to do a sample spring project but I dont know how to add spring capabilities. For eclipse I dont have 'add spring capabilities ' option. Can anybody guide me how to add spring capabilities step by step.
I copied plug-in EclipseSpring-0.1.0 folder into Eclipse plug-in folder and I dont know how to proceed further. Please tell me whether I am in right direction or not.

Thanks,
Sudha.




Follow the link below, may be it will help you.

http://java.smartit.info/downloads/index.html
 
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Thank your for your reply. I downloaded using smartit. How do I know that Spring is working? I wrote a java bean called Address with data street,city,state. How do I configure Address bean as Spring bean? My friend told that choose
window -->show view-->other--> my eclipse enterprise workbench-->spring beans and click ok.

Iam using Eclipse3.3 and I dont have my eclipse enterprise workbench option. Please help me in configuring Address bean as a spring bean.

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Sudha.
 
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Did you install the Spring plugins from the Spring Update site. All the information can be found at the springide website?

http://springide.org/blog/

The update site is in the top post in the blog.

Mark
 
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Hi Mark,
Thank you for your reply. I have downloaded from http://java.smartit.info/downloads/index.html . I heard that MyEclipse IDE creates applicationContext.xml in src folder. I am using Eclipse3.3 and I didn't see any xml file in src folder. Could you please guide me.

Regards ,
Sudha.
 
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sudha javvadi wrote:Hi Mark,
Thank you for your reply. I have downloaded from http://java.smartit.info/downloads/index.html . I heard that MyEclipse IDE creates applicationContext.xml in src folder. I am using Eclipse3.3 and I didn't see any xml file in src folder. Could you please guide me.

Regards ,
Sudha.



Sorry I can't be of any help with smartit, I have never used it, I always just download Spring IDE or Spring ToolSuite (STS) which has all the Spring plugins already included and the Spring update site already there.

Mark
 
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