It's better to think of the parent bean definition as a template. To use it, your child bean needs to be compatible with the parent definition -- meaning, it must have all the properties defined in the parent bean definition.
It does not have to be a subclass of the parent bean, however.
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posted 11 years ago
Thanks sir for your quick reply.It clarifies my all doubts and i got that working.