Dec 27th, 2006, 11:34 AM
Its quite hard to understand what your doing, but whatever you changed you must have removed the need for the aspectJ jar. Hence the exception goes away. As for the cutting down the XML, I would have a read of the reference manual, but there are various things you can do; templating, autowiring (I don't like to use this however), new namespaces, etc..
Dec 27th, 2006, 11:55 AM
well, i'm a c# and basic developer sind many years. now i wanna learn new things and its hard for me to understand that things work just cause of writing a filename in a xml-file. next is that i cant imagine that i have three different ways to load the springdispatcher-file, like mdeinum wrote.
now i'll repair the things mdeinum wrote and then i'll write down all my files. i agree with him that i wanna split al the stuff in many separate files. i will go forward step by step. i will set myself many little milestones and at the end of this year i wanna get my data loaded from the database.
i write again when i have repaired my web.xml...
after this the next milestone will be to separate the files. so i can show you guys better where are problems.. cause posting all the lines has nothing to do with overview anymore...