spring for hadoop use FsShell autowired error

2016-03-08T17:23:26

I am using spring for hadoop on spring boot based The only document setting FsShell only did the need But as this article An error occurred Error is:

error is Could not autowire. No beans of 'FsShell' type found.

help me please

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