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Spring / Legacy application integration

Joe Harry
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I would like to know on how I could integrate Spring into a legacy application. Is there a pattern or framework offerred from Spring that does such wiring? Ideas needed!

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Hong Anderson
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I'm not sure what your question is. Why writing configuration requires pattern or framework?
What is the problem?

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David Newton

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Include the Spring libraries, initialize it on startup through any of several mechanisms, and start using it! :)

Without knowing anything about the application or how you /want/ to use it it's hard to help, though.
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