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Spring - Context - Standalone Client

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Hi All,

We have an web application developed which works fine (JSF/Spring/Database). Have used HibernateDAO Support for the Persistance.

Now few services needs to be exposed as WebServices. So i have created new class and hosted as webservice, internally calling the DAO class which extends the HibernateDAOSupport by context.getbean("dao").

By Doing so i am not able to get the sessionfactory/ datasource and others. While calling the webservice, the bean creation fails with error in creating the bean "dao", and it gives sessionfactory and datasource as the attributes.

I do agree that these would be loaded during application startup by the container. But how to achieve the same from Standalone client

Would request to guide on solving the above issue.

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Initialize the application context yourself. Details are in the Spring documentation and tutorials.
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