Spring Framework

org.springframework.core.env
Class AbstractEnvironment

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.springframework.core.env.AbstractEnvironment
All Implemented Interfaces:
ConfigurableEnvironment, ConfigurablePropertyResolver, Environment, PropertyResolver
Direct Known Subclasses:
StandardEnvironment

public abstract class AbstractEnvironment
extends java.lang.Object
implements ConfigurableEnvironment

Abstract base class for Environment implementations. Supports the notion of reserved default profile names and enables specifying active and default profiles through the ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME and DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME properties.

Concrete subclasses differ primarily on which PropertySource objects they add by default. AbstractEnvironment adds none. Subclasses should contribute property sources through the protected customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources) hook, while clients should customize using ConfigurableEnvironment.getPropertySources() and working against the MutablePropertySources API. See ConfigurableEnvironment Javadoc for usage examples.

Since:
3.1
Author:
Chris Beams
See Also:
ConfigurableEnvironment, StandardEnvironment

Field Summary
static java.lang.String ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME
          Name of property to set to specify active profiles: "spring.profiles.active".
static java.lang.String DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME
          Name of property to set to specify profiles active by default: "spring.profiles.default".
protected  org.apache.commons.logging.Log logger
           
protected static java.lang.String RESERVED_DEFAULT_PROFILE_NAME
          Name of reserved default profile name: "default".
 
Constructor Summary
AbstractEnvironment()
          Create a new Environment instance, calling back to customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources) during construction to allow subclasses to contribute or manipulate PropertySource instances as appropriate.
 
Method Summary
 boolean acceptsProfiles(java.lang.String... profiles)
          Return whether one or more of the given profiles is active or, in the case of no explicit active profiles, whether one or more of the given profiles is included in the set of default profiles.
 void addActiveProfile(java.lang.String profile)
          Add a profile to the current set of active profiles.
 boolean containsProperty(java.lang.String key)
          Return whether the given property key is available for resolution, i.e., the value for the given key is not null.
protected  void customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources propertySources)
          Customize the set of PropertySource objects to be searched by this Environment during calls to getProperty(String) and related methods.
protected  java.util.Set<java.lang.String> doGetActiveProfiles()
          Return the set of active profiles as explicitly set through setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...) or if the current set of active profiles is empty, check for the presence of the "spring.profiles.active" property and assign its value to the set of active profiles.
protected  java.util.Set<java.lang.String> doGetDefaultProfiles()
          Return the set of default profiles explicitly set via setDefaultProfiles(String...) or if the current set of default profiles consists only of reserved default profiles, then check for the presence of the "spring.profiles.default" property and assign its value (if any) to the set of default profiles.
 java.lang.String[] getActiveProfiles()
          Return the set of profiles explicitly made active for this environment.
 ConfigurableConversionService getConversionService()
           
 java.lang.String[] getDefaultProfiles()
          Return the set of profiles to be active by default when no active profiles have been set explicitly.
 java.lang.String getProperty(java.lang.String key)
          Return the property value associated with the given key, or null if the key cannot be resolved.
<T> T
getProperty(java.lang.String key, java.lang.Class<T> targetType)
          Return the property value associated with the given key, or null if the key cannot be resolved.
<T> T
getProperty(java.lang.String key, java.lang.Class<T> targetType, T defaultValue)
          Return the property value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if the key cannot be resolved.
 java.lang.String getProperty(java.lang.String key, java.lang.String defaultValue)
          Return the property value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if the key cannot be resolved.
<T> java.lang.Class<T>
getPropertyAsClass(java.lang.String key, java.lang.Class<T> targetType)
          Convert the property value associated with the given key to a Class of type T or null if the key cannot be resolved.
 MutablePropertySources getPropertySources()
          Return the PropertySources for this Environment in mutable form, allowing for manipulation of the set of PropertySource objects that should be searched when resolving properties against this Environment object.
 java.lang.String getRequiredProperty(java.lang.String key)
          Return the property value associated with the given key, converted to the given targetType (never null).
<T> T
getRequiredProperty(java.lang.String key, java.lang.Class<T> targetType)
          Return the property value associated with the given key, converted to the given targetType (never null).
protected  java.util.Set<java.lang.String> getReservedDefaultProfiles()
          Return the set of reserved default profile names.
 java.util.Map<java.lang.String,java.lang.Object> getSystemEnvironment()
          Return the value of System.getenv() if allowed by the current SecurityManager, otherwise return a map implementation that will attempt to access individual keys using calls to System.getenv(String).
 java.util.Map<java.lang.String,java.lang.Object> getSystemProperties()
          Return the value of System.getProperties() if allowed by the current SecurityManager, otherwise return a map implementation that will attempt to access individual keys using calls to System.getProperty(String).
protected  boolean isProfileActive(java.lang.String profile)
          Return whether the given profile is active, or if active profiles are empty whether the profile should be active by default.
 void merge(ConfigurableEnvironment parent)
          Append the given parent environment's active profiles, default profiles and property sources to this (child) environment's respective collections of each.
 java.lang.String resolvePlaceholders(java.lang.String text)
          Resolve ${...} placeholders in the given text, replacing them with corresponding property values as resolved by PropertyResolver.getProperty(java.lang.String).
 java.lang.String resolveRequiredPlaceholders(java.lang.String text)
          Resolve ${...} placeholders in the given text, replacing them with corresponding property values as resolved by PropertyResolver.getProperty(java.lang.String).
 void setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String... profiles)
          Specify the set of profiles active for this Environment.
 void setConversionService(ConfigurableConversionService conversionService)
          Set the ConfigurableConversionService to be used when performing type conversions on properties.
 void setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String... profiles)
          Specify the set of profiles to be made active by default if no other profiles are explicitly made active through ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...).
 void setPlaceholderPrefix(java.lang.String placeholderPrefix)
          Set the prefix that placeholders replaced by this resolver must begin with.
 void setPlaceholderSuffix(java.lang.String placeholderSuffix)
          Set the suffix that placeholders replaced by this resolver must end with.
 void setRequiredProperties(java.lang.String... requiredProperties)
          Specify which properties must be present, to be verified by ConfigurablePropertyResolver.validateRequiredProperties().
 void setValueSeparator(java.lang.String valueSeparator)
          Specify the separating character between the placeholders replaced by this resolver and their associated default value, or null if no such special character should be processed as a value separator.
 java.lang.String toString()
           
protected  void validateProfile(java.lang.String profile)
          Validate the given profile, called internally prior to adding to the set of active or default profiles.
 void validateRequiredProperties()
          Validate that each of the properties specified by ConfigurablePropertyResolver.setRequiredProperties(java.lang.String...) is present and resolves to a non-null value.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME

public static final java.lang.String ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME
Name of property to set to specify active profiles: "spring.profiles.active". Value may be comma delimited.

Note that certain shell environments such as Bash disallow the use of the period character in variable names. Assuming that Spring's SystemEnvironmentPropertySource is in use, this property may be specified as an environment variable as SPRING_PROFILES_ACTIVE.

See Also:
ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...), Constant Field Values

DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME

public static final java.lang.String DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME
Name of property to set to specify profiles active by default: "spring.profiles.default". Value may be comma delimited.

Note that certain shell environments such as Bash disallow the use of the period character in variable names. Assuming that Spring's SystemEnvironmentPropertySource is in use, this property may be specified as an environment variable as SPRING_PROFILES_DEFAULT.

See Also:
ConfigurableEnvironment.setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String...), Constant Field Values

RESERVED_DEFAULT_PROFILE_NAME

protected static final java.lang.String RESERVED_DEFAULT_PROFILE_NAME
Name of reserved default profile name: "default". If no default profile names are explicitly and no active profile names are explicitly set, this profile will automatically be activated by default.

See Also:
getReservedDefaultProfiles(), ConfigurableEnvironment.setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String...), ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...), DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME, ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME, Constant Field Values

logger

protected final org.apache.commons.logging.Log logger
Constructor Detail

AbstractEnvironment

public AbstractEnvironment()
Create a new Environment instance, calling back to customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources) during construction to allow subclasses to contribute or manipulate PropertySource instances as appropriate.

See Also:
customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources)
Method Detail

customizePropertySources

protected void customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources propertySources)
Customize the set of PropertySource objects to be searched by this Environment during calls to getProperty(String) and related methods.

Subclasses that override this method are encouraged to add property sources using MutablePropertySources.addLast(PropertySource) such that further subclasses may call super.customizePropertySources() with predictable results. For example:

 public class Level1Environment extends AbstractEnvironment {
     @Override
     protected void customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources propertySources) {
         super.customizePropertySources(propertySources); // no-op from base class
         propertySources.addLast(new PropertySourceA(...));
         propertySources.addLast(new PropertySourceB(...));
     }
 }

 public class Level2Environment extends Level1Environment {
     @Override
     protected void customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources propertySources) {
         super.customizePropertySources(propertySources); // add all from superclass
         propertySources.addLast(new PropertySourceC(...));
         propertySources.addLast(new PropertySourceD(...));
     }
 }
 
In this arrangement, properties will be resolved against sources A, B, C, D in that order. That is to say that property source "A" has precedence over property source "D". If the Level2Environment subclass wished to give property sources C and D higher precedence than A and B, it could simply call super.customizePropertySources after, rather than before adding its own:
 public class Level2Environment extends Level1Environment {
     @Override
     protected void customizePropertySources(MutablePropertySources propertySources) {
         propertySources.addLast(new PropertySourceC(...));
         propertySources.addLast(new PropertySourceD(...));
         super.customizePropertySources(propertySources); // add all from superclass
     }
 }
 
The search order is now C, D, A, B as desired.

Beyond these recommendations, subclasses may use any of the add*, remove, or replace methods exposed by MutablePropertySources in order to create the exact arrangement of property sources desired.

The base implementation in customizePropertySources(org.springframework.core.env.MutablePropertySources) registers no property sources.

Note that clients of any ConfigurableEnvironment may further customize property sources via the getPropertySources() accessor, typically within an ApplicationContextInitializer. For example:

 ConfigurableEnvironment env = new StandardEnvironment();
 env.getPropertySources().addLast(new PropertySourceX(...));
 

A warning about instance variable access

Instance variables declared in subclasses and having default initial values should not be accessed from within this method. Due to Java object creation lifecycle constraints, any initial value will not yet be assigned when this callback is invoked by the AbstractEnvironment() constructor, which may lead to a NullPointerException or other problems. If you need to access default values of instance variables, leave this method as a no-op and perform property source manipulation and instance variable access directly within the subclass constructor. Note that assigning values to instance variables is not problematic; it is only attempting to read default values that must be avoided.

See Also:
MutablePropertySources, PropertySourcesPropertyResolver, ApplicationContextInitializer

getReservedDefaultProfiles

protected java.util.Set<java.lang.String> getReservedDefaultProfiles()
Return the set of reserved default profile names. This implementation returns "default". Subclasses may override in order to customize the set of reserved names.

See Also:
RESERVED_DEFAULT_PROFILE_NAME, doGetDefaultProfiles()

getActiveProfiles

public java.lang.String[] getActiveProfiles()
Description copied from interface: Environment
Return the set of profiles explicitly made active for this environment. Profiles are used for creating logical groupings of bean definitions to be registered conditionally, for example based on deployment environment. Profiles can be activated by setting "spring.profiles.active" as a system property or by calling ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(String...).

If no profiles have explicitly been specified as active, then any default profiles will automatically be activated.

Specified by:
getActiveProfiles in interface Environment
See Also:
Environment.getDefaultProfiles(), ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...), ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME

doGetActiveProfiles

protected java.util.Set<java.lang.String> doGetActiveProfiles()
Return the set of active profiles as explicitly set through setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...) or if the current set of active profiles is empty, check for the presence of the "spring.profiles.active" property and assign its value to the set of active profiles.

See Also:
getActiveProfiles(), ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME

setActiveProfiles

public void setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String... profiles)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurableEnvironment
Specify the set of profiles active for this Environment. Profiles are evaluated during container bootstrap to determine whether bean definitions should be registered with the container.

Any existing active profiles will be replaced with the given arguments; call with zero arguments to clear the current set of active profiles. Use ConfigurableEnvironment.addActiveProfile(java.lang.String) to add a profile while preserving the existing set.

Specified by:
setActiveProfiles in interface ConfigurableEnvironment
See Also:
ConfigurableEnvironment.addActiveProfile(java.lang.String), ConfigurableEnvironment.setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String...), Profile, ACTIVE_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME

addActiveProfile

public void addActiveProfile(java.lang.String profile)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurableEnvironment
Add a profile to the current set of active profiles.

Specified by:
addActiveProfile in interface ConfigurableEnvironment
See Also:
ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...)

getDefaultProfiles

public java.lang.String[] getDefaultProfiles()
Description copied from interface: Environment
Return the set of profiles to be active by default when no active profiles have been set explicitly.

Specified by:
getDefaultProfiles in interface Environment
See Also:
Environment.getActiveProfiles(), ConfigurableEnvironment.setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String...), DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME

doGetDefaultProfiles

protected java.util.Set<java.lang.String> doGetDefaultProfiles()
Return the set of default profiles explicitly set via setDefaultProfiles(String...) or if the current set of default profiles consists only of reserved default profiles, then check for the presence of the "spring.profiles.default" property and assign its value (if any) to the set of default profiles.

See Also:
AbstractEnvironment(), getDefaultProfiles(), DEFAULT_PROFILES_PROPERTY_NAME, getReservedDefaultProfiles()

setDefaultProfiles

public void setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String... profiles)
Specify the set of profiles to be made active by default if no other profiles are explicitly made active through ConfigurableEnvironment.setActiveProfiles(java.lang.String...).

Calling this method removes overrides any reserved default profiles that may have been added during construction of the environment.

Specified by:
setDefaultProfiles in interface ConfigurableEnvironment
See Also:
AbstractEnvironment(), getReservedDefaultProfiles()

acceptsProfiles

public boolean acceptsProfiles(java.lang.String... profiles)
Description copied from interface: Environment
Return whether one or more of the given profiles is active or, in the case of no explicit active profiles, whether one or more of the given profiles is included in the set of default profiles. If a profile begins with '!' the logic is inverted, i.e. the method will return true if the given profile is not active. For example, env.acceptsProfiles("p1", "!p2") will return true if profile 'p1' is active or 'p2' is not active.

Specified by:
acceptsProfiles in interface Environment
See Also:
Environment.getActiveProfiles(), Environment.getDefaultProfiles()

isProfileActive

protected boolean isProfileActive(java.lang.String profile)
Return whether the given profile is active, or if active profiles are empty whether the profile should be active by default.

Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - per validateProfile(String)
Since:
3.2

validateProfile

protected void validateProfile(java.lang.String profile)
Validate the given profile, called internally prior to adding to the set of active or default profiles.

Subclasses may override to impose further restrictions on profile syntax.

Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if the profile is null, empty, whitespace-only or begins with the profile NOT operator (!).
See Also:
acceptsProfiles(java.lang.String...), addActiveProfile(java.lang.String), setDefaultProfiles(java.lang.String...)

getPropertySources

public MutablePropertySources getPropertySources()
Description copied from interface: ConfigurableEnvironment
Return the PropertySources for this Environment in mutable form, allowing for manipulation of the set of PropertySource objects that should be searched when resolving properties against this Environment object. The various MutablePropertySources methods such as addFirst, addLast, addBefore and addAfter allow for fine-grained control over property source ordering. This is useful, for example, in ensuring that certain user-defined property sources have search precedence over default property sources such as the set of system properties or the set of system environment variables.

Specified by:
getPropertySources in interface ConfigurableEnvironment
See Also:
customizePropertySources(org.springframework.core.env.MutablePropertySources)

getSystemEnvironment

public java.util.Map<java.lang.String,java.lang.Object> getSystemEnvironment()
Description copied from interface: ConfigurableEnvironment
Return the value of System.getenv() if allowed by the current SecurityManager, otherwise return a map implementation that will attempt to access individual keys using calls to System.getenv(String).

Note that most Environment implementations will include this system environment map as a default PropertySource to be searched. Therefore, it is recommended that this method not be used directly unless bypassing other property sources is expressly intended.

Calls to Map.get(Object) on the Map returned will never throw IllegalAccessException; in cases where the SecurityManager forbids access to a property, null will be returned and an INFO-level log message will be issued noting the exception.

Specified by:
getSystemEnvironment in interface ConfigurableEnvironment

getSystemProperties

public java.util.Map<java.lang.String,java.lang.Object> getSystemProperties()
Description copied from interface: ConfigurableEnvironment
Return the value of System.getProperties() if allowed by the current SecurityManager, otherwise return a map implementation that will attempt to access individual keys using calls to System.getProperty(String).

Note that most Environment implementations will include this system properties map as a default PropertySource to be searched. Therefore, it is recommended that this method not be used directly unless bypassing other property sources is expressly intended.

Calls to Map.get(Object) on the Map returned will never throw IllegalAccessException; in cases where the SecurityManager forbids access to a property, null will be returned and an INFO-level log message will be issued noting the exception.

Specified by:
getSystemProperties in interface ConfigurableEnvironment

merge

public void merge(ConfigurableEnvironment parent)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurableEnvironment
Append the given parent environment's active profiles, default profiles and property sources to this (child) environment's respective collections of each.

For any identically-named PropertySource instance existing in both parent and child, the child instance is to be preserved and the parent instance discarded. This has the effect of allowing overriding of property sources by the child as well as avoiding redundant searches through common property source types, e.g. system environment and system properties.

Active and default profile names are also filtered for duplicates, to avoid confusion and redundant storage.

The parent environment remains unmodified in any case. Note that any changes to the parent environment occurring after the call to merge will not be reflected in the child. Therefore, care should be taken to configure parent property sources and profile information prior to calling merge.

Specified by:
merge in interface ConfigurableEnvironment
Parameters:
parent - the environment to merge with
See Also:
AbstractApplicationContext.setParent(org.springframework.context.ApplicationContext)

containsProperty

public boolean containsProperty(java.lang.String key)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return whether the given property key is available for resolution, i.e., the value for the given key is not null.

Specified by:
containsProperty in interface PropertyResolver

getProperty

public java.lang.String getProperty(java.lang.String key)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return the property value associated with the given key, or null if the key cannot be resolved.

Specified by:
getProperty in interface PropertyResolver
Parameters:
key - the property name to resolve
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getProperty(String, String), PropertyResolver.getProperty(String, Class), PropertyResolver.getRequiredProperty(String)

getProperty

public java.lang.String getProperty(java.lang.String key,
                                    java.lang.String defaultValue)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return the property value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if the key cannot be resolved.

Specified by:
getProperty in interface PropertyResolver
Parameters:
key - the property name to resolve
defaultValue - the default value to return if no value is found
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getRequiredProperty(String), PropertyResolver.getProperty(String, Class)

getProperty

public <T> T getProperty(java.lang.String key,
                         java.lang.Class<T> targetType)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return the property value associated with the given key, or null if the key cannot be resolved.

Specified by:
getProperty in interface PropertyResolver
Parameters:
key - the property name to resolve
targetType - the expected type of the property value
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getRequiredProperty(String, Class)

getProperty

public <T> T getProperty(java.lang.String key,
                         java.lang.Class<T> targetType,
                         T defaultValue)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return the property value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if the key cannot be resolved.

Specified by:
getProperty in interface PropertyResolver
Parameters:
key - the property name to resolve
targetType - the expected type of the property value
defaultValue - the default value to return if no value is found
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getRequiredProperty(String, Class)

getPropertyAsClass

public <T> java.lang.Class<T> getPropertyAsClass(java.lang.String key,
                                                 java.lang.Class<T> targetType)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Convert the property value associated with the given key to a Class of type T or null if the key cannot be resolved.

Specified by:
getPropertyAsClass in interface PropertyResolver
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getProperty(String, Class)

getRequiredProperty

public java.lang.String getRequiredProperty(java.lang.String key)
                                     throws java.lang.IllegalStateException
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return the property value associated with the given key, converted to the given targetType (never null).

Specified by:
getRequiredProperty in interface PropertyResolver
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException - if the key cannot be resolved
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getRequiredProperty(String, Class)

getRequiredProperty

public <T> T getRequiredProperty(java.lang.String key,
                                 java.lang.Class<T> targetType)
                      throws java.lang.IllegalStateException
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Return the property value associated with the given key, converted to the given targetType (never null).

Specified by:
getRequiredProperty in interface PropertyResolver
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException - if the given key cannot be resolved

setRequiredProperties

public void setRequiredProperties(java.lang.String... requiredProperties)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Specify which properties must be present, to be verified by ConfigurablePropertyResolver.validateRequiredProperties().

Specified by:
setRequiredProperties in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver

validateRequiredProperties

public void validateRequiredProperties()
                                throws MissingRequiredPropertiesException
Description copied from interface: ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Validate that each of the properties specified by ConfigurablePropertyResolver.setRequiredProperties(java.lang.String...) is present and resolves to a non-null value.

Specified by:
validateRequiredProperties in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Throws:
MissingRequiredPropertiesException - if any of the required properties are not resolvable.

resolvePlaceholders

public java.lang.String resolvePlaceholders(java.lang.String text)
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Resolve ${...} placeholders in the given text, replacing them with corresponding property values as resolved by PropertyResolver.getProperty(java.lang.String). Unresolvable placeholders with no default value are ignored and passed through unchanged.

Specified by:
resolvePlaceholders in interface PropertyResolver
Parameters:
text - the String to resolve
Returns:
the resolved String (never null)
See Also:
PropertyResolver.resolveRequiredPlaceholders(java.lang.String), SystemPropertyUtils.resolvePlaceholders(String)

resolveRequiredPlaceholders

public java.lang.String resolveRequiredPlaceholders(java.lang.String text)
                                             throws java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
Description copied from interface: PropertyResolver
Resolve ${...} placeholders in the given text, replacing them with corresponding property values as resolved by PropertyResolver.getProperty(java.lang.String). Unresolvable placeholders with no default value will cause an IllegalArgumentException to be thrown.

Specified by:
resolveRequiredPlaceholders in interface PropertyResolver
Returns:
the resolved String (never null)
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if given text is null
See Also:
SystemPropertyUtils.resolvePlaceholders(String, boolean)

setConversionService

public void setConversionService(ConfigurableConversionService conversionService)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Set the ConfigurableConversionService to be used when performing type conversions on properties.

Note: as an alternative to fully replacing the ConversionService, consider adding or removing individual Converter instances by drilling into ConfigurablePropertyResolver.getConversionService() and calling methods such as #addConverter.

Specified by:
setConversionService in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getProperty(String, Class), ConfigurablePropertyResolver.getConversionService(), ConverterRegistry.addConverter(org.springframework.core.convert.converter.Converter)

getConversionService

public ConfigurableConversionService getConversionService()
Specified by:
getConversionService in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Returns:
the ConfigurableConversionService used when performing type conversions on properties.

The configurable nature of the returned conversion service allows for the convenient addition and removal of individual Converter instances:

 ConfigurableConversionService cs = env.getConversionService();
 cs.addConverter(new FooConverter());
 
See Also:
PropertyResolver.getProperty(String, Class), ConverterRegistry.addConverter(org.springframework.core.convert.converter.Converter)

setPlaceholderPrefix

public void setPlaceholderPrefix(java.lang.String placeholderPrefix)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Set the prefix that placeholders replaced by this resolver must begin with.

Specified by:
setPlaceholderPrefix in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver

setPlaceholderSuffix

public void setPlaceholderSuffix(java.lang.String placeholderSuffix)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Set the suffix that placeholders replaced by this resolver must end with.

Specified by:
setPlaceholderSuffix in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver

setValueSeparator

public void setValueSeparator(java.lang.String valueSeparator)
Description copied from interface: ConfigurablePropertyResolver
Specify the separating character between the placeholders replaced by this resolver and their associated default value, or null if no such special character should be processed as a value separator.

Specified by:
setValueSeparator in interface ConfigurablePropertyResolver

toString

public java.lang.String toString()
Overrides:
toString in class java.lang.Object

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