I have a spring 2.x config file that contains a <jee:jndi-lookup id="xxxxxDS"..../>
This is working fine but IntelliJ marks it as wrong:
If you check the documentation, this attribute is meant to be specified,
says that jndi-lookup extends jndiLocatingType which in turns extends beans:identifiedType that contains:
<xsd:attribute name="id" type="xsd:ID">
So why is IntelliJ saying that I can't have an id there ? I can't even turn it off. As you can see in the screenshot...
I'm using IDEA 12.0.2 on a Mac if that has anything to do with it.
Can you CTRL-click on "http://www.springframework.org/schema/jee/spring-jee-2.0.xsd" in the xsi:schemaLocation? To what file does it resolve to? What version of Spring library JARs do you use in your project?
According to your description it should work properly.
Does it open the XSD contained in your spring-2.0.6.jar? If not, which XSD file is linked? Could you double-check if you have a second spring.jar somewhere in your project? Did you setup custom mappings for Spring schema (Settings->Schemas and DTDs)?
The command-click xsd seems to come from intelliJ:
I have two custom schemas, one for WS-Security and one for my own XSD, so no interference here.
I also checked the spring jars and only have 2.0.6 there, seen as spring 2.0 in the dependencies.
I tried to upgrade the libraries to spring 3.1 and it solved the red mark on the id. (By the way, I used the "change version" button which conveniently downloaded the jars but not spring-web.jar, I had to download it myself).
Unfortunately it causes some conflicts that I don't have time to fix right now so I'll live with the red mark for now.
Thanks for your help,
Did you include spring-remoting.jar in your classpath (see http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?65317-Trouble-with-spring-jee-2-0-xsd). Also I found some posts about issues with XSD packaging issues in Spring 2.0.x distributions, I would also highly recommend you to upgrade to 2.5.6 or later, last but not least for security considerations.
spring-web.jar will be downloaded when you add support for Spring MVC framework.