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Spring 4.3.x to spring 5 migration

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Is the book covers spring 5 backward compatibility?
Is it easy to consider spring migration from 4.3.13 to spring 5?
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Hi Vyanktesh,

The book talks about what has changed since Spring 4. Yes, its easy to migrate from Spring 4 to Spring 5.

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Below recommendation is from the Spring Framework lead Juergen Hoeller

To a large degree, an upgrade from Spring Framework 3.2 (or earlier) to 4.0.1 should be as straightforward as a change of version numbers in your Maven POMs. Note that you may have to upgrade specific third-party dependencies to a recent enough version (e.g. Hibernate 3.6+, Quartz 1.8+, Jackson 1.8+, Tiles 2.2+), but other than that, you should be able to get all the benefits of the Spring 4 line with hopefully very little effort.

I hope this holds good for other versions as well.

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