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Wanted: Maven archetype for Minimal Spring MVC/JSP page

 
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I tried a maven archetype (I wish I could remember: dynamic-web maybe?) for spring-mvc and I could not get it to work.

Can someone recommend a maven archetype that creates a minimal spring-mvc application that uses annotations in the java code that works with java1.7, eclipse and (of course) spring & maven?

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Actually the best one out there is built into Spring Roo. It creates all the Maven stuff for you. And when you use it to build controllers, it automatically updates your pom file. But when it does, you still have to run mvn eclipse:eclipse, or "perform eclipse" in the Roo shell, to update the Eclipse project's classpath.

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