There are a ton of Spring Framework/MVC tutorials on the web. I recommend focusing on Spring's Annotation support, where this will free you from the tedium of XML-based bean configurations. Here's an example which showcases Annotations; it's built on the 2.5 version of Spring, but the concepts and config are compatible with the latest 3.x version of Spring:
The original link I posted to the Spring Web MVC Framework also contains a lot of good information, including the use of Annotated Controllers; read this chapter of the guide closely.
At some point, you'll want to move on to database/persistence, where Hibernate is the Object Relational Mapping API of choice. Here's a guide for Spring MVC3, Hibernate and MySQL:
Beyond that, Google is your friend.
Thank you very much for the information!!!
That will surely help to get started!!
I have posted another thread regarding pagination problem in the Grid.
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