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Spring and namespace-aware parser

dave taubler
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Hi,

Other people have had to have had this problem. I am trying to run a Spring application to do basic Spring/Hibernate transaction management/AOP stuff. My Spring config file can't be parsed because apparently the XML parser being used by Spring is not namespace aware. I've tried the same application running within Orion and Tomcat, both resulting in the same problem.

Here's the error:


Here are relevant lines from my config file that I am trying to read in via





I've tried swapping parsers in and out of the classpath for the app servers, to no avail. But I figure this has to be a common issue. Are there any ways around this?


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