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anyone know of a good spring tutorial

 
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I am interested in learning about the Spring framework, however I did a search on google for tutorials (build your first app!) and could not see one that seemed to stand out. Any ideas?
 
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Matt,

I had the same problem 2 years ago.

So I used the refence manual from http://www.springframework.org/documentation
to adapt a web-app that I had already written (with Struts).

I added AOP-style logging, used the JDBC-classes from Spring, defined transactions outside my java-code.

Herman
 
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