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    • Type: Sub-task Sub-task
    • Status: Resolved Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.8.1.RELEASE
    • Fix Version/s: 3.3.0.M1
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      Description

      At the moment the tooling can be configured to start parsing Spring configurations from XML config files. From there on, annotation-style configured beans are correctly handled and displayed. This doesn't work at the moment for projects that use the new way of configuring web-apps without a single line of Spring XML. This needs to be fixed.

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        Gianpietro Dal Zio added a comment -

        It will be also useful to implement a understadable possibility to refresh the view (e.g. the Dependency Graph).

        Thank you,
        Gianpietro

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        Gianpietro Dal Zio added a comment - It will be also useful to implement a understadable possibility to refresh the view (e.g. the Dependency Graph). Thank you, Gianpietro
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        Martin Lippert (c) added a comment -

        An example project that can be used to test this:
        https://github.com/joshlong/a-walking-tour-of-spring-31

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        Martin Lippert (c) added a comment - An example project that can be used to test this: https://github.com/joshlong/a-walking-tour-of-spring-31
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        Martin Lippert (c) added a comment -

        This needs a way to configure or auto-config starting points for the Sprig config mechanism, much like defining the Spring XML config files in the project settings.
        We might also need a way to do this semi-automatically.

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        Martin Lippert (c) added a comment - This needs a way to configure or auto-config starting points for the Sprig config mechanism, much like defining the Spring XML config files in the project settings. We might also need a way to do this semi-automatically.
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        Martin Lippert (c) added a comment -

        The first increment for this is implemented. You are now able to configure JavaConfig types as Spring configurations for a project (in the same way as you are able to configure the XML config files) and the rest of the support should work as with XML files.

        Some remaining corner cases may appear and will be covered in additional JIRA tickets under:
        https://issuetracker.springsource.com/browse/STS-3237

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        Martin Lippert (c) added a comment - The first increment for this is implemented. You are now able to configure JavaConfig types as Spring configurations for a project (in the same way as you are able to configure the XML config files) and the rest of the support should work as with XML files. Some remaining corner cases may appear and will be covered in additional JIRA tickets under: https://issuetracker.springsource.com/browse/STS-3237

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          • Assignee:
            Martin Lippert (c)
            Reporter:
            Martin Lippert (c)
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