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Bean configuration file and Eclipse

 
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Hi,
I just installed the Spring IDE plugin on Eclipse. As I was working with the beans.xml, I found there was no code/content assist for the bean configuration file. It does however, validate the bean configuration file for correctness.

Here are my details for Eclipse, if they help.

  • Eclipse Platform Version: 3.5.1.R35x


  • Spring IDE Version: 2.3.0


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    Suhas.
     
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    Never mind. I got it.

    Should have used the file extension in the file name while creating a bean configuration file. I assumed the file extension would be .xml by default.

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