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I heard the concept Spring in JAVA, but I found that, we have Spring in .Net also.
If it is there, then what is it and how to use?
Why should I use Spring.Net?
What will be the advantages?

Thank you in advance...........
Posted 25-Jun-13 20:56pm
Updated 25-Jun-13 21:11pm
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Solution 1

In short, Spring.Net increase your productivity writing ASP.NET WebForms applications.

Refer complete descriptions with possible examples here[^]

This[^] is something you should have look for lot more similar threads.
Rohan Leuva 26-Jun-13 3:11am
Good one.↑voted. Also added one more link by below answer.
Prasad_Kulkarni 26-Jun-13 3:17am
Thank you Rohan!
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Solution 2

Refer to above answer by Prasad and further refer to below link.

Integrating Spring.NET with ASP.NET Web Site[^]

Regards.. :laugh:
ashok yede201 26-Jun-13 3:13am
Do we need every time to change the XML configuration file?
ashok yede201 26-Jun-13 6:56am
I have implemented first message and Math class part from given link.
But problem coming for Person Class as it requires to reference of Spring.Data.NHibernate and NHibernate. I have downloaded source code and tried to implement.But don't find which DLL to add.
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Solution 3

ashok yede201 26-Jun-13 7:18am
Hello sir,
I have one more question regarding to Spring.Net Security.
Do we have this Spring.Net security module in Spring.Net?
so that it will be more easy to implement.
Richard MacCutchan 26-Jun-13 7:39am
No idea, but you could go to their website and look at the documentation.

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