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@Autowired not working for a repository

 
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In a class I have

When running I get  bankRepository null.
I have

 
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That is because your class JpaRepository1 is not a Spring bean, and you are instantiating the class yourself using new JpaRepository1() in line 6 instead of letting Spring manage it.

Spring autowiring only works in Spring beans. Spring cannot autowire fields in objects that are not Spring beans.
 
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Thank you for your help. I tried to use your ideas, but it still doesn't work (well I am just learning).
This is what I did




I also tried to inject BankService in JpaRepository1 but it didn't work.
 
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