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with a known-good environment. To use Spring IDE to its fullest potential, you should install the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers Europa release because this includes Web Standard Tools (WST) components that support XML parsing necessary for use of the bean editing support. As Figure A-1 shows, the Software Updates feature is accessed from the Eclipse Help menu. Choose Software Updates Find and Install to start the installation wizard.
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Figure A-1. Starting the installation process
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The first page of the installation wizard, shown in Figure A-2, prompts you to select updates to existing features or to search for new features. To acquire the latest updates to an already-installed Spring IDE environment, you would select the first of these options. However, upon the initial installation you should select the Search for New Features to Install option and click the Next button.
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Figure A-2. Installing new features
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In the next wizard (not shown), click the New Remote Site button and then enter the details exactly as shown in Figure A-3.
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Figure A-3. Specifying the update site details
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The Name field in Figure A-3 is an arbitrary name that will be shown in subsequent pages of the installer, but the URL field is used to obtain the installation files and must be entered verbatim as http://springide.org/updatesite/. After you click the OK button, the next page will show a list of the update sites known to the Eclipse update installer, with only the Spring IDE site selected (if any other entries are selected, deselect them). Click Finish, and the installer will check the Spring IDE site for the features that are available from it. After the installer has obtained the list of features, they will be shown in the Updates dialog box. If you expand the tree view of features to install, the dialog should look much like Figure A-4, but with the Integrations features selected. If the page presents any error messages, deselect the tools that cannot be installed.
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Figure A-4. Selecting the feature set to install
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At the time of this writing, the AspectJ Development Tools component (AJDT) is not compatible with the Europa release of Eclipse, and the Mylyn integration tool is unlikely to be of immediate interest, so I have disabled their installation as shown in Figure A-4. Click Next, and you will be prompted to accept the license agreement for the tools. After you have accepted this, the installation will proceed. The installation files are not signed, so you will need to click Install when a dialog warns you of this. Finally, select Yes when you are asked whether you would like to restart the Eclipse environment. The Spring IDE plugin is now installed.
Managing Bean Configurations
As you have seen throughout this book, a large part of your work with Spring involves either the editing of conventional Java code (for which existing language support in most IDEs is adequate) or the editing of XML bean definition files. To gain the benefits of the Spring IDE in managing these files, you need to add the Spring Project Nature to your Eclipse projects. Figure A-5 shows the standard Eclipse Project Explorer view of a set of projects generated by using Maven s eclipse:eclipse target. Currently these are decorated with two icons, a J symbol at the top right indicating that they are Java projects, and a standard warning symbol at the bottom left indicating that there are minor problems with the project configuration.
Figure A-5. An Eclipse project without the Spring Project Nature
Caution Although you can generate Eclipse-compatible project definitions by using the Maven tool s
eclipse:eclipse build target, it cannot currently generate Spring IDE compatible projects. You will need to apply and configure the Spring Project Nature manually. Once configured, the eclipse:eclipse target will not overwrite these settings, but the eclipse:clean build target to remove stale project definitions will remove them, which is often undesirable, so you may want to avoid using this target unless your project configuration has become irretrievably corrupt.
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