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Hi all,

am very new to Spring, and in my project our lead has decided to use spring mvc for forms.
I have written one simple form login , by extending simple form controller but ends up with an exception

am using eclipse galileo,tomcat 5.5 with spring 2.5

please help me how to resolve this?

thanks
indu

 
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Did you put Spring's jars in your classpath ? (in WEB-INF/lib)
 
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yes...

thanks
indu
 
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How did you start Tomcat ?
 
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the server starts when I run the the specific jsp ( run on server).

sorry, if you are not expecting this type of answer!
 
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sorry, if you are not expecting this type of answer


I was expecting this answer This is probably where your problem comes from. You are executing the web application from Eclipse, right ? You probably have to configure the plugin you are using to launch Tomcat, to tell him where your JARs are located.
 
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Thanks, I configured the plugin tomcat in eclipse,when I open brouser with

tomcat homepage was appearing .
but when I try for some project it displays the error as

 
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I'm moving your query to the IDE forum, where you should get some help from people using that plugin.
 
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