Bear Bibeault wrote:So what's your question?
Also, it's best to show the client-side markup in this forum, rather than the server-side source.
Simon Roberts wrote:Because backslash in a String literal is special. It introduces special character sequences that represent other characters, most well known being \n that represents newline. Since backslash is special, it cannot stand alone; if you try it, the compiler will assume that the immediately following character is to be interpreted as special. So, if you want a backslash in a String or a char literal, you must use two, which creates a "special character sequence" that represents the single backslash.
which is your case (as you include the xbean dependency in the gradle build. Now, if you look at the left column, you will see the it starts documenting from xbean 4.1 upward. Yours is specifying 3.7... which means if you want to use properly that documentation, you need to change to at least 4.1. _But_, that is not enough, as you are using the namespace http://activemq.apache.org/schema/core, and you look at the right column for the namespace for a match up, you would therefore have to change the xbean version to at least 5.1 or up. After that, the application would begin in good shape.