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Spring (3.1) portlet and JavaConfig

Philippe Tran
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Joined: Apr 30, 2013
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Hi everyone,

Does anyone know if it is possible to use a JavaConfig instead of the applicationContext.xml configuration file with portlets and Spring MVC Portlet 3.1+ ?

I have googled about this, and found nothing.

Thanks,
Philippe
Ankur Srivastav
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Joined: Aug 31, 2009
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From what I know applicationContext needs to be defined if you want to use Spring MVC. I am not quite sure what is the JavaConfig file which you have mentioned.


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Philippe Tran
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Joined: Apr 30, 2013
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Hi Ankur,

Ankur Srivastav wrote:applicationContext needs to be defined if you want to use Spring MVC. I am not quite sure what is the JavaConfig file which you have mentioned.


You are right. From Spring MVC 3.1, it is possible to use a class with specific annotation to replace the classic spring context descriptor. It'd like to know if this works also for Spring Portlets.

Philippe
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