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Marcos Vidolin
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Joined: May 10, 2011
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Hello all,

May I use an @Autowired object from Spring inside my @PostConstruct method?

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Tim Holloway
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I think that Autowired is used by Spring to construct beans and (no surprise here!) automatically wire them together.

A JSF backing bean, however, is constructed by JSF, not by Spring. The JSF equivalent of @Autowired is @ManagedProperty.

The main functional difference between the 2 annotations is that @ManagedProperty accepts an EL expression instead of simply deducing the source property's bean name.

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