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Configuring / using Spring with MyEclipseIDE plug-in...

 
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Hello,

I am registered / paid user of the MyEclipse plug-in. Been trying to use Spring with MyEclipse and, for some odd reason, I can't seem to get it to work.

Everytime, I click on the MyEclipse menu, the "Add Spring capabillities" menu item is unusable (not activated).

Is there a tutorial that MyEclipse offers or a link / resource that someone can provide so I can start using Spring with MyEclipse?

When I go to:

Window -> Preferences -> MyEclipse -> Project Capabillities -> Spring, I still don't know what I am supposed to do?

Am I supposed to be using the SpringIDE (http://springide.org/project), in order, to get MyEclipseIDE's Spring functionality to work?

Many, many thanks!
 
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