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I m using the Spring 3 in my project. Currently I am reading the property files using java.util.Properties class so every time code runs. It reads the necessary property file every time.
I want the way out that I will read the property files once. So I was thinking of creating POJO for every property file and initiating POJO in Application Context. This will work fine but problem is if I changed the property file at run time it should come in affect without restarting tomcat . is it possible in Spring that property file will be read only if it changed otherwise it will use existing loaded context ?