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How does Spring Works After Java Version 9?

 
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I come across the following url https://dzone.com/articles/java-19-reflection-and-package-access-changes

Is Java Reflection is Deprecated in version 9 and later?
How will the Spring works in Java 9 and later versions?
Does Spring uses bytecode internally or how does it executes the method in all cases?
Does Spring uses CGLIB and low level ASM in all cases?

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Kathir,
Deprecated doesn't mean you can't use a feature.The big change with Java 9 is that you have the option (but not requirement) to use modules. And modules is what enforces boundaries and causes problems with some types of reflection.

As far as I know, Spring 5 "solves" this by not supporting modules.
 
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