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I have previous version. i would like to try the new one. And can you explain briefly how the things put together in the book to help minimize the xml config?
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Venkata Raaman wrote:I have previous version. i would like to try the new one. And can you explain briefly how the things put together in the book to help minimize the xml config?
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Where possible, I lean on Spring's component-scanning and autowiring (annotation-based) to cut down on the XML. I don't avoid XML altogether, but I keep it rather low. The book also covers Spring Java configuration model, a means of expressing Spring configurations in Java instead of XML.
 
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