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Craig,

I have lilbit experience with spring2.5, but i dont know end to end of spring2.5. How difficult it is to migrate my application to spring3? can i migrate only sopme parts to spring3 and retain others to spring2.5?


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For the most part, Spring 3 is backward compatible with Spring 2.5. It shouldn't be hard at all to move to Spring 3. There are a few minor differences,but honestly...I have never run into them and so I don't remember them.

The key thing that does come to mind is that historically Spring has always come with an uber spring.jar file and then several individual module files. Spring 3 did away with the uber JAR--if you're using it, then you'll have to hand pick the individual modules.
 
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Here's a guide for upgrading to spring from spring 2.5
 
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