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By cthompson
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Published: Jun 22 2010 / 11:50

All Spring Web Flow Editors are not created equal. The purpose of this post is to outline some of the key differences between the Spring Web Flow Editors found in SpringIDE and MyEclipse for Spring. I’ve also included some screenshots to further illustrate how working with a Flow Editor that is intuitive and feature-rich can make all the difference when developing applications with Spring Web Flow.
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steve.smith replied ago:

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All that added jazz to Spring web flow editor is great. But can you genuitec guys seriously get the bean graph viewer to work correctly. A lot of folks on MyEclipse 8.5 cannot get the Bean Graph even to work. Atleast the basic bean graph viewer in Spring IDE works as expected

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nieleyde replied ago:

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Steve, could you post your issue on the MyEclipse forums? In response to your comment, I quickly verified that the bean graph view works for me in MyEclipse for Spring 8.5 on a moderately complex web project. Since it's not working for you, it would helpful if you could provide a bit more detail in your forum post. Thanks.

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steve.smith replied ago:

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Thanks for the response. I will do so. It happens not just for me, but an entire team.

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cthompson replied ago:

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MyEclipse for Spring 8.6 is now GA - users can update from within 8.5, via Pulse or download at http://bit.ly/cDYRX2

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