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Re: Concise transaction proxy definitions in Spring 1.1

Subject: Re: Concise transaction proxy definitions in Spring 1.1
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2004 08:50:41 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks for the tip. This is probably the best reason
for me to move to 1.1.
Another thing that the manual and virtually all the
examples that I have seen is the way the bean is
defined. In my opinion, there should be a getBean with
a Class as an argument, using the class name of the
interface as a means of looking up the bean
definition. This follows the same convention for
logging. Advantages of this approach are:
o No more mistyping in the application code when
defining the bean name
o Able to apply interceptor or advice in a
hierarchical manner.
o Clearer code.
I don't see a real downside to this that I can see.
Why isn't this approach being advocated for spring?
Dino
--- Colin Sampaleanu <[email protected]> wrote:
> I've put up a blog entry showing how to use
> parent/child bean 
> definitions along with inner beans, to allow
> defining transaction proxy 
> definitions with TransactionProxyFactoryBean, in a
> significantly more 
> concise and clear form than people traditionally
> used with Spring 1.0.x:
> 
>
http://blog.exis.com/colin/archives/2004/07/31/concise-transaction-definitions-spring-11/
> 
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