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Instantiating a Bean in Spring

 
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How does instantiating a bean using the static factory method differ from instantiating a bean using a constructor??
 
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I think we have the option to use static factory methods to be able to instantiate beans using a factory method design pattern. A class containing factory methods usually has a private constructor, to avoid instantiating it. That's where using the factory-method attribute is useful.
 
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By the way, a slightly deviant question....what is the default scope of all the beans that we wire up with the Spring container?? Is it Singleton or Prototype?
 
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Just found out from the Spring docs that it is Singleton by default.
 
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you can look to some tutorials on Spring a href="http://www.lalitbhatt.com/tiki-index.php?page=Spring">here
 
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