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Spring 3.0.6 classpath issue.

Sri Dharan
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Joined: Aug 21, 2008
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Hi I am using spring-framework-3.0.6.RELEASE,In that bundle jar file are there in dst folder.
When I am goint to use all modules I am adding all jar files in classpath.

Is there any way to set one jar file in classpath contains all the modules?
G Jo
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Joined: Oct 09, 2011
Posts: 1
I don't know if I understand your question correctly. Why would you want to package them into 1 JAR?

SpringSource delivers their development tool (STS) with Maven integrated. If you have a choice, I'd seriously recommend using it.
Mark Spritzler
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Spring used to have an "all" jar before Spring 3.x. But now it is all separate jars. You can go use Spring's Bundlor Repository and get OSGI compliant Spring jars and they even give you the ant or maven entry to get it.

This allows you to put one entry and you get all the jars.

Check it out

http://ebr.springsource.com/repository/app/library/version/detail?name=org.springframework.spring&version=3.0.6.RELEASE&searchType=librariesByName&searchQuery=Spring

Mark


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