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What is the spring application context?
Is it just the xml configuration file which contains bean mappings?

Or si it similar to the servlet application context?
 
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yes similar to the later one.
it is not just one xml file...
 
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Sunny thanks for the reply.
Can you elaborate more or suggest me some reading on it to help me to clarify the concept.

Is there an application context created in spring besides the servlets application context?
I still dont have a neat grasp of the concept.
 
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Its not very complex topic.

You can load an spring config xml using BeanFactory class using program statements.

But most applications want that xml's be loaded when application starts and ApplicationContext just does that.

Read this page.
 
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A sincere thanks to you Sunny.

Read that link.

Feel somewhat more comfortable with the concept now.
 
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