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Hi Team,

I'm trying to run the following project for which i have shared the link below:-

http://www.roseindia.net/spring/spring4/login-form-using-spring-mvc-and-hibernate.shtml

I have tried installing it on my eclipse but it is not working for me following error is coming...

 
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Do you have bean 'LoginController' configured in applicationContext.xml ?
 
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no how to do that...?
 
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jigyasu garg wrote:no how to do that...?


Please show us your applicationContext.xml config file first.
 
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Please find attached...

applicationContext.xml
 
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I missed 'LoginService' initially.

Do you have somewhere in any other xml defined LoginService bean like?
 
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no even after adding it is not working...
 
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You declared a bean with class name "net.roseindia.controllers". I'm assuming that's just the package where the actual class is located. You should change it so it reads the complete class name.

Just as an FYI, Rose India is an absolutely horrible site with bad tutorials and code examples, and I recommend you use different sites for tutorials.
 
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Can you please recommend me any site...
 
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I have mentioned

<context:component-scan base-package="net.roseindia"></context:component-scan>

as Base-Package...

I have tried many tutorials but not getting proper path to create a real project can you please be my guide me?
 
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Have you fixed what Stephan pointed out? You need to specify full path to the class as:
and you need

After you fixed those, what has happened?
 
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I have just added this bean in my file but still same result...

<bean id="loginController" class="net.roseindia.controllers.LoginController" />
 
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Please find attached image of my structure of project... you can tell me if you find any file in wrong place....
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Structure of my project
 
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Try to follow native spring documentation and see if you can make it work
http://docs.spring.io/spring/docs/current/spring-framework-reference/html/orm.html
 
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Can you post the server logs after adding the beans..
 
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