Day: November 3, 2015

When Autowiring Spring Beans, a common exception is a BeanCreationException. This means that Spring found a bean to create, but was unable to fulfill the dependencies needed to create this this Spring bean. Here is an example of a BeanCreationException: BeanCreationException

    There’s actually a number of reasons that will lead to a BeanCreationException […]Continue reading

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When Autowiring Spring Beans, a common error is to see a NoSuchBeanDefinitionException. Here is an example of the NoSuchBeanDefinitionException you may see thrown by the Spring context: NoSuchBeanDefinitionException

By default, Spring will Autowire beans by type. You can see in the error message the type of bean Spring is expecting to find. The problem is […]Continue reading

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