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[Spring in Practice] Examples and Context

 
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Hi Authors,

I wonder the specific way the book details the user cases (examples). I see each chapter has an user case, are these user cases taken from most common real world issues?
and/or the best way (context) you think some part of Spring API can be used ?

I guess that every chapter has a functional example in the source code.
I wonder if the samples may changed if any typo is found ?

I see no build.xml or pom.xml on the samples from manning. Are these suppose to be used easily by any IDE ?
I ask this because many times the most useful part of these book is to have a easy runnable sample and then check the points studied in the book. (IMHO).

Regards,

Germán

 
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Hi,
If you are using Eclipse , it uses a custom builder by default.

This gets configured when you use the configure build path tool.
You can over ride this by dropping an ant script into your project.

Hope this helps,

Paul
 
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