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is autodetect still an option in spring 3 (or am I using the wrong xsd)

 
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In Spring 2.5, the xsd contains:


In 3.0, the xsd contains:


In particular, autodetect value is missing. The HTML documentation still has it.

I feel pretty comfortable (although not 100%), that I am looking at the right xsd file. Although I'm still new enough to this that I'd feel better if someone confirmed that. Also, where would be the right place to ask which is correct? My guess would be the xsd because it is code. But I don't see the removal of the feature on the Spring 3 change log. SpringSource forums (because it is a question) or JIRA (because clearly one is wrong)?
 
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I've posted something here about this issue. If it's the way Spring3.0 works, then I think that the documentation should be updated.
 
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Ah. Search springsource forums. That would have been a good idea . Thanks Christophe.
 
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