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unable to find spring jar files

 
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Hello everyone!!

I am new to springs and i have downloaded spring tool suite on my windows.
and I am unable to find and download springs dependancy jar files.
please anybody tell me where can I find these jar files to download.

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I would say the easiest way is to use maven to ,oad your jars for you, load down maven jar set up your MAVEN_HOME on your settings

Create a maven project

Here is an example of mine.

mvn archetype:generate -DgroupId=net.com.org.spring.rest -DartifactId=RestWebService -DarchetypeArtifactId=maven-archetype-quickstart -DinteractiveMode=false

net.com.org.spring.rest package
RestWebService the name of my application.

to import it in eclipse

mvn eclipse:eclipse

It will creata a pom file.

add your spring jars to it here is one i created which will have all the spring framework jars you will need to create an Spring project



Run where your pom directory is the commands
mvn clean
mvn install

Now you have a full spring jar suite in a repostory on your local machine

 
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