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regarding struts2-spring-plugin

 
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Hi.

I have done everything to integrate spring into my application as mentioned in this site. http://struts.apache.org/2.0.11.1/docs/spring-plugin.html

But when i run the application it throws "org\springframework\web\context\contextLoaderListener" class not found exception.

I couldn't be able to find that class in the srtuts2-spring-plugin but its in the spring.jar.

Do I need to add spring.jar with the struts2-spring-plugin?
or how can i get rid of the exception?

Thanks in advance.

Harshani
 
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Why don't you just use maven? install maven and create archetype using mvn ... it will manage all the dependencies for you. You can then import the project in your workspace. Should you need some help go to maven site and refer to some documentation.
[ April 05, 2008: Message edited by: Anirudh Vyas ]
 
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I can't imagine why this is in our Performance forum; I'll move it to our Struts forum.
 
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Struts2 only contains a few classes used for integration with the Spring Framework. It does not contain the Spring Framework core classes. For these, you will need to include the spring.jar file in your WEB-INF/lib folder.
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