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Hi all,

I am new to spring and learning the concepts now.

I searched in Google & found that ContextLoaderListener used in web.xml initializes spring on application startup.

But, in one of our applications, when i searched in web.xml i could not find that listener.That application uses spring.

Instead, i was able to find com.sun.faces.config.ConfigureListener. Is this listener also used to initialize spring?



Thanks.
 
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I doubt it, but you'd have to ask in the JSF forum.

Spring can be initialized in many ways, including a listener, but may also use a servlet. It can also be done manually in your application's code via a listener or servlet.
 
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