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Now that you know about Object Oriented Frameworks, let's see how you can integrate them into your environment.
In the next example we'll use Spring MVC for integrating an automated sprinkler system into some business processes.
To do so you'll first need to build a new application with Spring. Then you'll add Spring's Automated Spreadsheet (ASSP) as a part of your applications structure in the Application Project's directory, and configure Spring to automatically use the ASSP as a standardization tool.
The first step is to create a new project, and start writing the application in Spring IDE. It's worth remembering to create the project directory as a backup and then ensure that your existing project is not in any places near the project name (Spring IDEA will automatically search your changes and if your changes in the project cache are in code path $PATH).
Now when you start the application, it will first attempt to open the spring ASP in the spring-mvc.application directory.
If the application succeeded, we will see that it works on a very basic level (you can try this at your own risk).
If Spring failed to open its ASP, your Spring project will see an error message that seems to say that the application failed to communicate with the sprintf library.
That is OK, there are a number of methods available to you to investigate if the Spring ASP library failed. Here are two that we'll discuss in this article:
You must first call the SproutIOHandler method (be sure to use it with a strong and reasonable assumption of your application's code path). If your application did not open it, you should see the error in your project file.
For the rest of the examples, we'll make use of Spring Communication API.
You'll write out a small test environment using the Springs web server for this example: