Spring Custom @Required Styled Annotation Example

The Spring Custom @Required Styled Annotation Example helps you create and configure your own custom spring @Required annotation type. As you know, the @Required annotation is used to make sure a particular property has been set. Spring is allow you to define your custom @Required-style annotation, which is equivalent to @Required annotation. In this example, … Read moreSpring Custom @Required Styled Annotation Example

Spring @Required annotation example

The Spring @Required annotation example shows you how to use the @Required annotation. This annotation helps you check some dependency at startup rather than at runtime. So that this make it more clear and quicker to detech exceptions and errors. By default, this annotation is not configured, thus we must instruct the spring container explicitly. … Read moreSpring @Required annotation example

Loading multiple Spring beans configuration files example

The loading multiple Spring beans configuration files example shows you how to import multiple spring xml configuration files. When you create a application with multiple layers. I strongly recommend you to configure each logical layer or module in a Spring XMl configuration file in your application. This configuration helps your source code more maintainable. Finally, … Read moreLoading multiple Spring beans configuration files example

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