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Unexpected element &quot {antlib:org:apache:tools:ant}beans Error

pramod talekar
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Joined: Apr 26, 2010
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Hello,

I'm using the Spring framework 3.0.5 and have a user library consisting of all the spring jars created in Eclipse.

I had created a project earlier and had a configuration file called 'spring.xml' defined in it.
The project ran fine.
Today, I changed the unzipped folder location of spring and then created the user library again based on new location.
But now as I create a configuration file using the same steps I had last week, I get the error "Unexpected element " {antlib:org:apache:tools:ant}beans."



I get the error before </beans> tag.
It means the tag <beans> is not valid, I also tried out changing the location of the config file , moved it in and out of the classpath but didn't help.

Please advise.

Thanks,
Pramod
 
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