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Hy guys,
I'm working a new project with spring and I would like to understand more a new project.
What is more important to understand quikly the project??
I have some folder after Springs Element :
Src/java
Jar/Library
db
dist
etc
src
war.
How can to install project in local after checkout from SVN??

thank you

Solage
 
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This question doesn't have anything to do with Spring. This is something you need to ask someone else on the project you're working on.
 
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Ok thank you but I have another questions about a team with I work.
How should a team be organized?I can ask a documentation?
Someone can explain me?


thank you

Solage
 
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