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spring-cloud-dependenciesBOM (Brixton.RC2) leads to version mismatches of Spring Framework 4.2.5 and 4.2.6? I thought this was fixed by the switch to
spring-cloud-dependencieswhich isn't supposed to declare/manage non-cloud dependencies.
spring-coreor something else?
spring-coreis actually the only one that resolves to 4.2.6
The following note at the bottom of the Spring Cloud page is what mislead me then. I was under the impression (and thought I tested with M4) that this was fixed by switching to the
NOTE: starting after Brixton.M4 the release train contains a spring-cloud-starter-dependencies as well as the spring-cloud-starter-parent. Use the parent as you would the spring-boot-starter-parent (if you are using Maven). If you only need dependency management, the "dependencies" version is a BOM-only version of the same thing (it just contains dependency management and no plugin declarations or direct references to Spring or Spring Boot). If you are using the Spring Boot parent POM, then you can use the BOM from Spring Cloud.
spring-corething has always been there but was left unnoticed for quite some time.
zuul: routes: user-service: service-id: user-service path: '/user-service/**' sensitive-headers:
Hi, I am trying to structure my app using microservices, I have a Eureka instance and register clients with
@EnableDiscoveryClient. The eureka server endpoint tells me that the service is successfully registered, but when I try calling the service with a RestTemplate I get
java.net.UnknownHostException: My-Service. Does anyone have an idea what could be the issue?
Hi, I posted this a couple of days ago, but only had now time to take a look at the suggested solutions, sadly I couldn't get it to work. I created an example repo where I reproduced my error, maybe someone could take a look at it. - https://github.com/KenavR/spring-boot-microservices-example thanks