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Spring: Where to configure fine-grained domain objects?

K Aditi
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I have taken this quote from Spring Refrence Manual.

Typically one does not configure fine-grained domain objects in the container, because it is usually the
responsibility of DAOs and business logic to create/load domain objects.


Does that mean I can say obj = new fineGrainedObject(), that is without the container coming in picture? Am I correct?

Thanks,


Aditi
 
 
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