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Dynamic bean.xml in Spring Framework

 
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Hi Guys,

I have a bean.xml

<bean id="User" class="com.module.spring.basic.User">
<property name="userName">
<value>ABCD</value>
</property>
</bean>

Now how to make this bean.xml dynamic so that I can pass user provided values.
 
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tusharlondhe londheAdmin wrote:Hi Guys,

I have a bean.xml

<bean id="User" class="com.module.spring.basic.User">
<property name="userName">
<value>ABCD</value>
</property>
</bean>

Now how to make this bean.xml dynamic so that I can pass user provided values.




Once you get the bean instance by using ctx.getBean("User"), then you can set dynamic name value as userBean.setUserName("User_New_Name") before using the hard coded name "ABCD".
 
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And I would only set the property in the xml, only if I wanted a default value, and even then if it isn't deploy specific, then I would put the default value in my code.

Anyway, just because you set a property in configuration doesn't mean that you can never call the setter method yourself in code once you get a reference to it.

Mark
 
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