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Hi,

Am getting the below exception at the start of application developed using Spring and hibernate.
Please help resolving this issue.

 
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I think you declared a bean in your xml but forgot to create the appropriate class.

Check it out.

Vishal
 
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Vishal Shaw wrote:I think you declared a bean in your xml but forgot to create the appropriate class.

Check it out.

Vishal



no its referring to spring library.

 
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Be sure that you have all dependencies. Are you using Maven?
 
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