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Can we use @Environment twice in the spring application with different classes?

 
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Hi,

I 'm trying to access the properties file other than a place where all the application's configuration resides, so I'm trying to use @Environment twice in my applicatiobn.  I'm trying to load a properties to implement a email notification functionality to access the properties file using @Environment by Autowiring.  But I'm failing while reading the property file using env.getProperty("email.smtp.host")); Getting null in the place of property value when executing the app.  Actually, I'm trying to use two Configuration file, is this what blocks me to autowire Environment property ? I tried to replace with @Component and adding email package to componentscan list as well.  Can you someone shed some light on this please ?

1. Tried to resolve this by implementing EnvironmentAware  interface as below to get the property value using load() but that still didn't help me.



 
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