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Injecting spring bean into gwt client side class - is Gin ok?  RSS feed

 
Akhilesh Trivedi
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I have a spring based gwt project. On gwt client side I have an abstract class.



Currently, "id" is hardcoded value and I can replace it with some getters and setters.

But I am looking for a possibility where this id which is on gwt client side, can be injected via a spring bean xml file ? I googled and found something called gin from google, but I am not sure how to do this and will gin really do what I am looking for ?
 
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