Classes supporting the org.springframework.context package, such as abstract base classes for ApplicationContext implementations and a MessageSource implementation.
ClassDescriptionAbstract implementation of the
ApplicationContextinterface.Abstract implementation of the
HierarchicalMessageSourceinterface, implementing common handling of message variants, making it easy to implement a specific strategy for a concrete MessageSource.
AbstractRefreshableApplicationContextsubclass that adds common handling of specified config locations.Convenient superclass for application objects that want to be aware of the application context, e.g.Standalone XML application context, taking the context definition files from the class path, interpreting plain paths as class path resource names that include the package path (e.g.A factory providing convenient access to a ConversionService configured with converters appropriate for most environments.Default implementation of the
LifecycleProcessorstrategy.Spring's default implementation of the
MessageSourcethat delegates all calls to the parent MessageSource.Convenient base class for components with a need for embedded value resolution (i.e.Standalone XML application context, taking the context definition files from the file system or from URLs, interpreting plain paths as relative file system locations (e.g.Generic ApplicationContext implementation that holds a single internal
DefaultListableBeanFactoryinstance and does not assume a specific bean definition format.An
ApplicationContextimplementation that extends
GroovyObjectsuch that beans can be retrieved with the dot de-reference syntax instead of using
AbstractApplicationContext.getBean(java.lang.String).Convenient application context with built-in XML support.Helper class for easy access to messages from a MessageSource, providing various overloaded getMessage methods.
MessageSourceimplementation that accesses resource bundles using specified basenames.A simple thread-backed
ApplicationContextimplementation which supports programmatic registration of beans and messages, rather than reading bean definitions from external configuration sources.Simple implementation of
MessageSourcewhich allows messages to be registered programmatically.