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Enterprise Spring applications typically need to run in multiple environments. For example, development, testing, staging, and production. Each such environment has its own set of settings. For example, you might be using an embedded H2 database for development but an enterprise-grade Oracle or MySQL database for production. So the data source and connection configurations for […]Continue reading

Using inheritance can be a valuable time saver for your Spring Framework configurations. In Spring, a bean definition is the configuration information that we provide for beans. For example, bean definition can include property values and constructor arguments of the bean. Bean definition can also include container-specific information, such as init and destroy method settings, […]Continue reading

In this post, I’ll explain how to work with Autowiring In Spring First, we’ll begin with a brief introduction about Autowiring. Then, we’ll look at the different modes of Autowiring using XML configuration. Finally, we’ll look at @Autowired annotation with its different modes. Introduction Spring provides a way to automatically detect the relationships between various […]Continue reading