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Beans on which the current bean depends. Any beans specified are guaranteed to be created by the container before this bean. Used infrequently in cases where a bean does not explicitly depend on another through properties or constructor arguments, but rather depends on the side effects of another bean's initialization.
Note: This attribute will not be inherited by child bean definitions, hence it needs to be specified per concrete bean definition.
May be used on any class directly or indirectly annotated with org.springframework.stereotype.Component or on methods annotated with Bean.
Using DependsOn at the class level has no effect unless component-scanning is being used. If a DependsOn-annotated class is declared via XML, DependsOn annotation metadata is ignored, and [email protected]
} is respected instead. @author Juergen Hoeller @since 3.0
Interface to be implemented by types that register additional bean definitions when processing @Configuration classes. Useful when operating at the bean definition level (as opposed to [email protected] @Bean} method/instance level) is desired or necessary.
Along with [email protected] @Configuration} and ImportSelector, classes of this type may be provided to the @Import annotation (or may also be returned from an [email protected] ImportSelector}).
An ImportBeanDefinitionRegistrar may implement any of the following Aware interfaces, and their respective methods will be called prior to .registerBeanDefinitions: See implementations and associated unit tests for usage examples. @author Chris Beams @since 3.1 @see Import @see ImportSelector @see Configuration