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Hello:

What're the good books to learn Spring? I need the complete code/example(better can be downloaded from website).

Thanks a lot!
 
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Take a look at spring books
 
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Pro Spring...(Apress.com)

Spring in Action (Manning.com)

Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework (Wrox.com)

For beginners..the first 2 books are good...

Once you have an understanding..or for experienced programmers...
The third book can be a starting point..

Regards
[ June 06, 2006: Message edited by: A Kumar ]
 
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I'm very much a beginner in JAVA & Spring Framework so little confused about how the directory structure should be and i've got this book Spring in Action but i couldn't really run the examples given there.
Can you please refer some online links which can help or give a brief description about how it works.

Thanks & Regards
Shaila
 
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There are plent of links in the thread mentioned above. It's not jsu about books
 
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