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I have a basic idea of Spring IoC and AOP and kind of used it in our application.

Recently I started thinking about to migrating my old styled batch programs(reading data from database and writing in the file) to Spring Batch for understanding purposes and better maintainability. But the moment I started writing my first program, I couldn't figure out a single tutorial which can help me to write my first "Spring Batch - Hello World" program. Either all of them are assuming some basic configurations are already done or something else.

I have learned Spring IoC and AOP from the scratch but couldn't find anything similar for Spring Batch. Finally thought to check with my fellow ranchers if they have encountered similar issues and if there were able to get a "Spring Batch Hello world" example from the scratch. So far, I have gone through following tutorials but didn't get much help.. Since it's just for new learning purposes so let me know, if any other successful Batch framework is there apart of Spring Batch?

http://static.springsource.org/spring-batch/reference/html/whatsNew.html#whatsNewConfiguration
 
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Another note, almost all the tutorials, I found over the Internet, were expecting to be aware of MAVEN but as of this moment, I am little reluctant to use MAVEN.

Please guide if there is any tutorial for "Spring Batch - Programming" without MAVEN.
 
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