Category Archives: Spring Tutorial

Partial Injection in Constructor Injection in Spring

What is Partial Injection? Suppose we have three dependencies say String, int and long and we provide values only for two dependencies i.e. for String and int. So if the container automatically satisfies the third dependency then it is known as Partial Injection. Container takes default value for undefined dependencies. Partial Injection in Constructor Injection: In constructor injection, partial… Read More »

Partial Injection in Setter Injection in Spring

What is Partial Injection? Suppose we have three dependencies say String, int and long and we provide values only for two dependencies i.e. for String and int. So if the container automatically satisfies the third dependency then it is known as Partial Injection. Container takes default value for undefined dependencies. Partial Injection in Setter Injection: In setter injection, partial… Read More »

Setter Injection overrides the values injected by Constructor Injection in Spring

Setter injection overrides Constructor injection: If we write both setter injection and constructor injection for the same property then setter injection will override the values provided by constructor injection. Example: Create a Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse IDE Add the following jars:- commons-logging.jar spring-beans.jar spring-core.java Create MyFactory.java Create SIOverrides.java Create User.java Create applicationContext.xml Result: Run User class as… Read More »