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legacy solutions for SimpleCacheManager,ehcacheManager , spring profiles ?

 
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Hello ,
Recently I am stuck with one issue, the issue is with SimpleCacheManager,ehcacheManager , spring profiles .
Just to give brief about these , few days back I had developed an application using spring 3.1.x in which SimpleCacheManager,ehcacheManager , spring profilesthese features were supported . My application was running fine with it.
But Now I have to migrate the same application to Vmware vsphere webclient 5.1 in which virgo 3.0.3 is used . And in this version of virgo , spring 3.0.5 is used . Now when I try to merge my previous developed application code in this enviornment, I am not able to deploy my application on virgo. It shows spring version mismatch.
I have loads of dependency with these three features. I have tried to upgrade version of spring in virgo but this current version of virgo has tight coupling with spring 3.0.5 .
Are there any other alternatives which would suffice need of using these features using spring 3.0.5 ? (legacy/programmatic) would also help.
 
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There was no good alternatives to bean profiles previous to Spring 3.1 unfortunately.
 
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I think it would be easier to upgrade your Virgo, unless there is a reason not to. 3.5 onwards supports Spring 3.1 from what I am reading on their forums, and bug tracker. Also there is this post.
http://blog.dnet-ebusiness-suite.com/2012/08/upgrade-to-virgo-35-spring-31.html
 
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