In Spring java collection types can be configured using set of built-in XML tags such as , , and
In our previous example, we have seen how to create POJO Instances from the IoC Container. In this tutorial, we will examine how to create a POJO instance or bean in the Spring IoC container by invoking its constructor.
There are various data access technologies to perform persistence operations in Java enterprise applications. Spring JdbcTemplate is a class that takes care of all the boilerplate code required for creating a database connection and closing the resources.
The string message for different locale are stored in separate properties files. These properties files are also called as resource bundles. Spring application context can resolve text messages for target locales by keys.
In our previous tutorial, we have seen how to create and manage POJOs With Spring IoC container using XML configuration and @Configuration and @Bean Annotations. In this example, we will examine how to initialize spring POJO by reading data from external resources such as property file.
When you declare a POJO instance or bean in the configuration file, you are actually defining a template for bean creation, not an actual bean instance.
In this tutorial we will examine how to configuring the Spring POJO for the Spring IoC container using @Configuration and @Bean annotation.
In this tutorial, we will examine how to design a POJO class and configure POJO instance values for the Spring IoC container in an XML file. Next, instantiate the Spring IoC container to access to the POJO instance values defined in an XML file.