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Spring 3.1: Testing with @Configuration classes and profiles

Latest Spring 3.1 features can be easily found in IntelliJ IDEA 11 release.

If you’ve already started testing your applications with @Configuration classes and environment profiles, tell us how it works for you in IntelliJ IDEA.

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2 Responses to Spring 3.1: Testing with @Configuration classes and profiles

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    Leszek says:

    December 16, 2011

    Will add some YouTrack issues with sample project within few days 🙂

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    Ian says:

    January 6, 2012

    On question; How can you “point” intellij to look at the @Configuration files? In my web.xml I have defined the contextConfigLocation correctly however intellij does not recongise the files (it is looking in the “web-app” resource path and not the “java/src” resource path – where the @configuration files reside)…



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