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    Bean Lifecycle

    The Spring Framework provides InitializingBean and DisposableBean marker interface. Implementing these interfaces will result in the container calling afterPropertiesSet() for the former and destroy() for the latter to allow the bean to perform certain actions upon initialization and destruction.

    a) Initialization callbacks
    There are two ways you can achive the initialization work after all necessary properties on the bean are set by the container.
    1) use 'init-method' in XML configuration
    You can do initialization work in init() method.
    <bean id="testInitBean" class="com.techfaq.TestBean" init-method="init"/>
    public class TestBean {

    public void init() {
    // do some initialization work
    }
    }

    2) Implementing the org.springframework.beans.factory.InitializingBean interface
    You can do initialization work in afterPropertiesSet() method.
    void afterPropertiesSet() throws Exception;
    <bean id="testInitBean" class="com.techfaq.TestBean" />
    public class TestBean {

    public void afterPropertiesSet() {
    // do some initialization work
    }
    }




    b) Destruction callbacks
    Implementing the org.springframework.beans.factory.DisposableBean interface allows a bean to get a callback when the container containing it is destroyed.
    There are two ways you can achive the destroy.
    1) use 'destroy-method' in XML configuration
    You can do cleanup work in cleanup() method.
    <bean id="testDestBean" class="com.techfaq.TestBean" destroy-method="cleanup"/>
    public class TestBean {

    public void cleanup() {
    // do some destruction work (like releasing pooled connections)
    }
    }

    2) Implementing the org.springframework.beans.factory.DisposableBean interface allows a bean to get a callback when the container containing it is destroyed
    void destroy() throws Exception;
    <bean id="testDestBean" class="com.techfaq.TestBean" />
    public class TestBean {

    public void destroy() {
    // do some destruction work (like releasing pooled connections)
    }
    }


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