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Component design in spring

 
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According to spring help document, there is mention that we can design component based application. If any body have idea or example then help me ASAP.

My confusion is that how i dovelop component inside spring framework.

If any example then you can me mail also because there is not a single component example available on site.

ashutosh.singh@prospectasoftware.com
 
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I think you might be misunderstanding what Component means, because every example out there on Spring is components. Meaning your Java class is a component. So if you have a Java class you have a component. Component based just means each Java class is a POJO, a simple Java object, nothing more. No extending a special technology class to make it an EJB Session Bean, no throwing RemoteException because you want your class to work in RMI, etc.

Then in Spring you just tell Spring your components in either xml or using Annotations.

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