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Spring MVC : {beanName.property} not working

 
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Hi Ranchers,
I have posted the same topic on Spring forum earlier, but did not get any response. Hence I am writing it here as well.

I am trying to complete step by step Spring MVC tutorial and am stuck at part 4 where business logic is referred from the Controller.

When I try to print the values present in the objects returned by the controller, the string

${beanName.property}

is displayed on the screen.

My jsp is :



and my controller :



The unit tests for all the beans and controller run successfully :
package test.springapp.web;



The aplication-servlet.xml follows :



Please guide me to a direction following which I can identify my mistake.
 
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I tested my bean injections. I instantiated the bean "/hello.htm" and the injections are working:

The test follows :


and the values are present in the required beans.
Hence I suspect there's a problem with my jsp .
 
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It's not interpreting EL in your JSP pages. Check your WEB-INF/web.xml deployment descriptor - make sure it matches the correct specification to the web app container you are using. And make sure you're using a web app container that supports Servlet spec 2.4 or higher.
 
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