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Singleton Java Class V/S Spring Singleton
Feb 07, 2018 13:49:07
I understand that
program written as Singleton means 1 instance per JVM per class loader
Spring Singleton is 1 instance per Spring Container.
So, I was just wondering if is it possible to have two Spring Containers in a Spring MVC application? If yes, then how? And, if we have 2 containers does that mean 2 separate JVMs?
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