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Is my yaml file backbone looks good, if so how to get access to property?

 
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Hey guys. I have my yaml file with URL's do different subsites. I'm wondering if it looks good:




To be more concrete, I'm wondering about "concrete book" and "most precise book". I dont knwo if I've written it correctly or it should looks like this


If first option, then could you tell me how can I access this variables within class annotated with @ConfigurationProperties("external.library.url")

the rest of yaml (categories). Im accessing via getters from class className.getMerlin().getRomances();

 
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