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hi,

i am looking at below link

http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2005/03/02/commonchains.html

How this apache chain related to spring and rest web serives. Any good examples around this to understand end to end flow. why we need chain of beans?

when  i try to download apache chain says
http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-chain/downloads.html

says
Not Found

The requested URL /proper/commons-chain/downloads.html was not found on this serve


please advise
 
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Well, the first link you posted is apparently over 12 years old (at least, the URL suggests that it was published in March, 2005). So it wouldn't be all that surprising if pages which it linked to 12 years ago don't exist any more.
 
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I found alternate link
http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-chain/download_chain.cgi
any end to end examples to understand this concept? please advise
 
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Follow the "Cookbook" link from that page.
 
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