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Spring Persistence with Hibernate by Ahmad Seddighi

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Getting started with Spring

Chapter 1 introduced the Spring services that are typically involved in an application's persistence tier. At its core, Spring provides Inversion of Control (IoC). This is the main functionality with which Spring aims to simplify application architecture. IoC affects all other services provided by Spring.

Here, we'll take a quick look at Spring IoC.

A simple case

In the educational system application, assume that a nonfunctional requirement indicates that before execution of any of the application classes setter methods, the setter method name, the old value, and the new value being set to the property are printed in the application console, a database table, or a log file, based on administrator preferences.

To handle ...

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