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CDI annotations @Named and @Inject Dependency Injection in Spring 3.0 Tutorial

In Spring 3.0 the support for the CDI annotations @Named and @Inject are provided.

1) @Inject instead of Spring’s @Autowired to inject a bean.
2) @Named instead of Spring’s @Component to declare a bean.

Step 1: Create a simple Maven project.

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Spring 3.0 tutorial – Part 1 (Setter DI )

This is a very simple Spring setter DI (depenendency injection tutorial). This assumes that you have gone through the “Setting up Java, Maven and Eclipse” tutorial. To recap:

1) Java, Maven, and eclipse are set up.
2) You have run the Maven archetype:generate command to create a skeleton structure.

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Spring 3.0 tutorial – Part 2 (Constructor DI )

This is a very simple Spring constructor DI (depenendency injection tutorial). This assumes that you have gone through the “Setting up Java, Maven and Eclipse” tutorial. To recap: 1) Java, Maven, and eclipse are set up. 2) You have run the Maven archetype:generate command to create a skeleton structure. …...

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Spring 3.0 tutorial – part 3 (Setter DI with annotations)

This is a very simple Spring setter DI (dependency injection tutorial) using annotations. This assumes that you have gone through the “Setting up Java, Maven and Eclipse” tutorial. To recap:

1) Java, Maven, and eclipse are set up.
2) You have run the Maven archetype:generate command to create a skeleton structure.

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Spring 3.0 tutorial – part 4 (Setter DI with annotations and Java Config instead of XML)

This is a very simple Spring setter DI (dependency injection tutorial) using annotations. This is using a Java based Spring configuration with @configuration annotation as opposed to an XML based file. This assumes that you have gone through the “Setting up Java, Maven and Eclipse” … Read more ›...

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Spring 3.0 tutorial – part 5 (Setter DI with Spring AOP and AspectJ)

This is a very simple Spring AOP tutorial using AspectJ. This assumes that you have gone through the “Setting up Java, Maven and Eclipse” tutorial and the other Spring tutorials 1 to 3. This annotation profiles the time taken to execute the annotated methods.

You need to have a project structure as shown below with the relevant artifacts.

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