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I am dealing with a legacy spring code base with bunch of possible unused codes.  It is an old spring MVC application.  so from web.xml, I see

and I can allocate these myapp-applicationContext.xml  and myapp-servlet.xml.  Now, I also see another applicationContext type xml file (like myapp-test-applicationContext.xml) spread in other directory, but they are not referred in web.xml or any other xml file, can I say this myapp-test-applicationContext.xml most likely is NOT used in this spring MVC application at all ?  Put it different way, can I assume the actual application context xml file that is used should be referred in web.xml for a spring mvc (old spring) app ?
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Can you run your unit tests without this "extra" .xml file?
Sometimes a different .xml file is created for unit testing.
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