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WHat is the application conext in java?

 
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Hi,

Many times I came across the ApplicationContext term, but did not get the meaning of this word properly.
Can anybody please explain me in deatil what, why it si imp.

Rahul
 
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Check the API for org.springframework.context.ApplicationContext and this document.
 
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ApplicationContext is a master object provided by the Spring framework to manage instantiation and lifecycle of the application's objects. You can find more about ApplicationContext at http://www.springsource.org

Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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Rahul Ba wrote:
Hi,

Many times I came across the ApplicationContext term, but did not get the meaning of this word properly.
Can anybody please explain me in deatil what, why it si imp.

Rahul



If it is a Web based application, Spring's Application Context's XML can be loaded at startup by making an entry in web.xml, a ContextLoaderListener is defined that loads the root application context of this web app at startup, - by default from /WEB-INF/applicationContext.xml. The root context is the parent of all servlet-specific contexts. This means that its beans are automatically available in these child contexts, both for Spring getBean(name) calls and (external) bean references.
 
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