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No Error Messages, but a few Concerning Infos

 
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I posted a few articles a while back in which I said I was introducing myself to Spring via the book Spring in Action (fourth edition) by Craig Walls. I kind of wanted to try out his code as the book went, so I could get the best feel for what Walls was saying. I had a little bit of trouble with the first six files he referred to, but a relative of mine was very helpful getting me set up with IntelliJ and Maven, and now when I type in "mvn clean package" in my "siaExample" directory with structure underneath it:

I don't get any error messages any more. I do get plenty of INFO messages. The first group of them look harmless enough, but the TESTS section looks like this:

Are those first two INFOs anything to be concerned about? The first one starts out, "Could not instantiate TestExecutionListener [org.springframework.test.context.web.ServletTestExecutionListener]" and the second one starts out, "Could not instantiate TestExecutionListener [org.springframework.test.context.transaction.TransactionalTestExecutionListener]"; I don't know whether those two messages are anything for me to worry about or not. What does everybody here think?
 
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