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Hi all, this is my first post since I am new at Spring and all, first of all I apologizes if this has being post already I try to look for it but didn't find the solution, however I found a similar problem in this post:

https://coderanch.com/t/453277/Spring/Application-Frameworks/Hello-World-with-AOP#2018936


Allow me to explain my situation, I am trying to implement a simple AOP aspect into my main Class, my program consist in two classes:
1)

2)

When I try to run this program I get the following error:

I have mark in red the line that is causing problem in the compiler, when I look up the error It said that it was a CLASSPATH error but don't know how to fix it.

If anyone has a solution or comment please you are more than welcome, and if more information is needed please ask away

Thanks in advance

Eddie
 
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What libraries are you deploying? Looks like you're missing the ASM jar.
 
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David Newton wrote:What libraries are you deploying? Looks like you're missing the ASM jar.



I am using spring-2.5.jar , but inside I do have the org.springframework.asm

I don't know if I answer your question haha, let me know if something is missing

PS: I am ussing NetBeans 6.8

Thanks for the reply
 
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Yes, you're missing the ASM library.
 
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David Newton wrote:Yes, you're missing the ASM library.



Yes thank you very much!! It's working now jeje.

The solution is the following in case someone has the same problem:

1) Visit the following website: http://forge.ow2.org/project/download.php?group_id=23&file_id=12944 and download the file
2) Extract the zip file
3) Add the following library:
a) asm-all-3.2

Then run and it works.

Thanks again (I surely wish the book mention this ha-ha)

Have a great day
 
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All of the Spring dependencies are included in the Spring download that includes dependencies; it's important to use the correct version.

Glad you got it working!
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