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Newbie trouble using ClassPathXmlApplicationContext for Koushik's wonderful tutorial, #5

 
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Hello,

I am brand new to Spring, and only recently stumbled across Koushik's magnificent Sping framework tutorials (on Javabrains.koushik.org). I've been following him step-by-step , but got a problem on his Tutorial #5, covering 'Application context' that I can't figure out. In this part (this tutorial is a simple java application, mainly illustrating the concepts of the Spring framework) he has switched from using a beanFactory in order to instantiate his bean in favor of using ClassPathXmlApplicationContext, however, according to the error messages (below) Eclipse can't seem to find the config file, or at least I think that's what Eclipse is saying. I followed his advice and stuck the config file (srping.xml) into the src folder, which should be on the Classpath, so it SHOULDN'T be that, but nonetheless, it still won't run. The pertinent files are attached, and any help you could give would be hugely appreciated;
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the App source
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the configuration file
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Eclipse errors
 
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Hi David,

According to your error log, It says that you have missed a jar file that contains a class called LogFactory.
So please download below jar file and add it into your eclipse build path and try again once.
http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-logging/download_logging.cgi

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Hi Buddhika,

Thank you for your reply, that worked like a charm. As I said, I am brand new to Spring, and not super experienced using Eclipse, or Java, so I certainly do appreciate your patience with my inexperience. You'll probably hear from me again, since I am attempting to learn Spring, and my job depends on it. Once again, thank you!

David A.
 
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You are welcome. Good luck.
 
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