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Trying to HelloWorld with Spring IoC

 
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Im getting an exception When runing the line .04 in this method:


I have TestAppConfig declared this way


The exception I have is this


And my pom.xml is this


I think it's something related to dependencies, but I didn't found a way to solve it. Any ideas?
 
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Add this to you pom.xml
 
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Hussein Baghdadi wrote:Add this to you pom.xml



It worked! Thanks a lot!

Do you know if it is because the use of annotation based app context? I was watching another spring 3 project, which doesn't use that dependency. But its app context is entirely in xml
 
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I'm not a "Spring Samurai" but it looks like you have to include CGLib manually if you are going to use an annotation based application context.
 
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