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need help with basic spring mvc program... please help

 
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hi all
i am very new to Spring MVC. I am facing a bit of a problem and cannot understand why it isn't working. that is why i have come here to share my problem with all of you. i have made a very basic login app using Spring MVC. i am trying to compare the data entered through a form with a mysql database in the back end. i know i could have done this app using spring security, since i am still learning spring mvc, i will implement security later.


web.xml


my dispatcher-servlet.xml


controller:
i have used the deprecated SimpleFormController. please advise me if this can be made better.
RegistrationController.java




my bean:

registration.java



my RegistrationService.java interface


my RegistrationServiceImpl.java


registration.jsp (mapped as registration.html)




success.jsp


my problem is that this program is running. it comes up to the login screen and when you put in the user id and password the screen stays the same. nothing is showing on the eclipse console. when i make a warfile and deploy it on tomcat, i get the following log file after inputting data.



what am i doing wrong? please help. any kind of help will be highly appreciated.

 
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