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SpringMVC Annotations and AbstractWizardFormController

 
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Hi all.

I'm familiar with the old XML driven way of using Spring MVC, but I'm now working on a project using annotations. I've looked, but I can't find a simple way of recreating the old AbstractWizardFormController functionality using annotations.

Does anyone know if there is a simple way of doing this? So far, it seems to me that my options are to use the AbstractWizardFormController and therefore mix and match annotations/xml, or roll-my-own using annotations.

If anyone has a small pointer, or their own experiences of doing this, that would be really helpful.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Kevin McMahon , though it is an old post , I got the solution . You can follow this link :

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Thanks ,
Satya
 
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