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Spring configuration error

Michael Houlo
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Joined: Jun 07, 2010
Posts: 58

This is my actual status :
I'm trying to use Spring..
I did a few Hello world without any problem.
I'm following a tutorial to make a more complicated spring mvc application.

I'm trying to publish the application on the server and it doesn't work.
I can't understand anything of error messages, i think it's not convivial at all.

This is what i get :

Then i tryed to delete the "default/CRUDTodo/1.0/car" folder and now i get this message :

Could you please help me ?
Is there a way to have more explicit messages ? more convivial ones ?
Is this always that hard to configure an application with spring ? o_O

Thanks for your help.
Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
Posts: 17276

It is not Spring giving you this error. It is your server. To me it is telling you that you have duplicates in your server, or you should just deploy and boot the server from scratch.

Try just deploying you app on a Tomcat server and tell us what results you get. How are you creating your war or ear file? What is in your ear or war file, do you have all the .jar lib files you need?

To just reiterate, this has nothing to do with Spring. Moving this to the App Server/Geronimo forum.



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Michael Houlo
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Joined: Jun 07, 2010
Posts: 58

I tought it has something to do with Spring since it only appears with projets containing errors.
I'm not making any ear/war file on my own. I'm using the development server, i guess it's making one on its own by compiling classes & jsp's
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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