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Spring Major version '3' expected

 
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I'm using Spring 3.0.5.RELEASE +Hibernate 3.0 and I don't know Spring 2.5.6 is intented to use for Spring Security.
2011-11-07 09:40:18 ERROR [http-8080-1] (SpringSecurityCoreVersion.java:24) - Spring Major version '3' expected, but you are running with version: 2.5.6. Please check your classpath for unwanted jar files.



My Classpath don't have Spring 2.5.6 in Maven dependecies listed.
Any help?

My security.xml


My pom.xml is:

 
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conflicting versions (3 and 2.5.6) in classpath. Check the lib directories
 
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Vyas Sanzgiri wrote:conflicting versions (3 and 2.5.6) in classpath. Check the lib directories



How do I find out which lib folder ? I am using someone elses project which has 2-3 lib folders in different places.
In my case there is a conflict between 3 and 4.1
 
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If you are using maven, run MFN dependency:tree and it will list out all the dependencies.

Btw, the spring recommend way of adding dependencies is to use the Bill of materials this way you won't struggle with conflicting dependencies
 
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Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:If you are using maven, run MFN dependency:tree and it will list out all the dependencies.

Btw, the spring recommend way of adding dependencies is to use the Bill of materials this way you won't struggle with conflicting dependencies



I am new to all this, so I cannot understand much. Do I have to just copy paste the bom code in the right place and rebuild my project ?
What happens to the old version tags and all old jars in my project ?
 
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