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Spring in action - bean life-cycle

 
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Hello, I have some questions about bean life-cycle differences described in Spring in action 2nd and 3rd edition.

Are there any new features in bean life-cycle process in Spring 3?
Is everything described about bean life-cycle in Spring in action, 2nd editon applicable for Spring 3?

Thank you in advance!


Best regards,
Jurica Krizanic



 
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Jurica Krizanic wrote:Hello, I have some questions about bean life-cycle differences described in Spring in action 2nd and 3rd edition.

Are there any new features in bean life-cycle process in Spring 3?
Is everything described about bean life-cycle in Spring in action, 2nd editon applicable for Spring 3?

Thank you in advance!


Best regards,
Jurica Krizanic





Yes, it all still works the same.

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