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configuring Maps in bean factory -> Spring

 
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Buddies,

There is a difference between specifying key/value for Properties & Maps in bean factory XML file.

for example, in case of DI-ing the class which is a type of Properties, we use

<bean id="x" class="x.y">
<property name="someProperies">
<prop key="1"> one </prop>
<prop key="2"> two </prop>
</property>
</bean>

and for Maps, we use

<bean id="x" class="x.y">

<property name="someProperies">
<entry>
<key>
<value>something</value>
</key>
<value>Some value</value>
</entry>
</property>

</bean>

Why is there such difference in specifying properties, as they both are anyway belong to Map? can't we use any one for all Map types?
Could anyone answer me?

Thanks,
Arun

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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