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org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named 'id' is defined

 
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Q1)Please let me what has gone wrong in beans.xml?. I am getting error as "org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named 'id' is defined " when i run the program.


Main.java


Code.java


Asp.java



beans.xml



I am geeting error as


 
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Well, Main.java:13 tries to get a bean named "id", and there isn't one. I suspect you meant "name", which is also not terribly clear.

Also, when posting code/stacktraces/etc. please make sure to wrap very long lines, otherwise we have to scroll to the right quite far in order read your post, edit our post, etc.
 
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Thanks for your reply.

Event after changing this line from




to this line.






I am still getting the error?



 
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What do you mean, "still getting the error"? That's a completely different error.
 
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I am Sorry.I appreciate you have helped me. But i mean that i am still getting new error. Can you please helpe me?
 
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This is your error

Caused by: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: error at ::0 can't find referenced pointcut display

So there appears to be something wrong in your AOP configuration. Either your pointcut is incorrect, or you are using a named pointcut and the Advice is trying to
point to the name, and it is an incorrect name.

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