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From Andy Law <andy....@roslin.ed.ac.uk>
Subject Re: Some Spring/Struts questions
Date Wed, 12 May 2010 13:15:03 GMT



dcabasson wrote:
> 
> That's actually possible. We are doing that type of things by using the 
> @Autowired annotation, which means that spring needs to find a suitable 
> bean to inject there. If you put that annotation on your base class, the 
> instance will get injected in all sub-classes. But in that case, it's 
> better for the actions to be unaware of that, so I would using the 
> static approach. Otherwise, you could use an interceptor to push that 
> object on to the stack.
> 

But that introduces a dependency on Spring into my Action classes, no? And
puts *some* of the configuration into the code and some inside of the Spring
config file.

I think that I'd rather avoid those outcomes if at all possible.

I think I'm leaning back towards Interceptors :o{

Later,

Andy
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