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Published: Mar 12 2012 / 04:59

A simple yet flexible solution for doing environment specific configuration with Spring.
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MCII replied ago:

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"In a typical Maven application, these can reside in src/main/resources, but the wherever they are, they will need to be available on the classpath when the application is deployed."

A problem created by Spring solved with a solution provided by Spring.

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eugenparaschiv replied ago:

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How is that a Spring problem? Or even a problem? I was saying that you can pretty much place these files wherever you want as long as they are accessible, so I don't follow what you mean.

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