Configuring Transports for Spring Web Services in IntelliJ IDEA 10
If your project contains Spring Web Services specific beans your application contexts are validated to be properly configured with one of the transport protocols.
You can easily configure specific transport beans invoking appropriate quick fix actions.
These actions run a chain of related live templates to complete transport beans configuration.
For instance, If your web.xml contains a
MessageDispatcherServlet IntelliJ IDEA validates it to be properly configured and adds a navigation icon to quickly jump to the appropriate application context.
In addition, IntelliJ IDEA adds extended intelligent support for Spring Web Services specific beans such as smart completion, error highlighting, resource type validation, etc.
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