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The abstraction layers in Spring follow which design pattern(s) ?for eg JMSTemplate,DAO support et

 
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I was going through a number of blogs and found that abstraction layers in spring are a collection of many anti patterns, but i am not able to get a clear insight.I was thinking that these all are some kind of decorators but it does not seems so .If any body can put some more light on this
 
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adil qureshi wrote:I was going through a number of blogs and found that abstraction layers in spring are a collection of many anti patterns, but i am not able to get a clear insight.I was thinking that these all are some kind of decorators but it does not seems so .If any body can put some more light on this



I actually never heard that? Where did you see that?

Which abstraction layers do you actually mean?

The Template is just an implementation of the Template Method design pattern which is used a lot and not an anti-pattern. Now I wouldn't extend the DaoSupport class because that couples my code to Spring, but not an anti-pattern either.

Mark
 
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