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How to Incorporate Spring IOC concept in Eclipse RCP [message #922015] Mon, 24 September 2012 16:50 Go to next message
raghav Missing name is currently offline raghav Missing nameFriend
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Hi RCP Developers,

I have developed an Eclipse RCP Application. I would like to improve my code where some classes are tightly coupled and dependent on others. I would like to implement the very popular Spring DI(Dependency Injection) to make my code as loosely-coupled.

Any sample code to go further or any Examples.


As a workaround I tried following steps
1) creating a project as Plugin from existing archives
2) Added this project as a dependency to my actual project.
3) I have place spring applicationContext.xml in src folder
When I run My RCP application I'm facing FileNotFoundException. My application cannot find applicationContext.xml.

Where exactly should I place my applicationContext.xml ?

[Updated on: Tue, 25 September 2012 09:05]

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Re: How to Incorporate Spring IOC concept in Eclipse RCP [message #1662661 is a reply to message #922015] Tue, 10 March 2015 04:42 Go to previous message
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Hi Raghav, Have you got any update on this ? if yes, please share. I am also facing the same issue!!
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