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Should not use getBean() method ?

 
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I was going through the Spring 3.0 reference documentation and i found the following line:

You use getBean to retrieve instances of your beans. The ApplicationContext interface has a few other methods for retrieving beans, but ideally your application code should never use them. Indeed, your application code should have no calls to the getBean method at all, and thus no dependency on Spring APIs at all.



It is mentioned in the section 3.2.3 Using the container

So, If we dont use getBean() method at all,how can we get the beans into our code?

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Via autowiring. But they say "ideally".
 
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Via dependency injection/IoC (whether or not you're using autowiring).

Whether or not you'll have to use getBean depends on the app--if you're using a framework you might never make a call to getBean yourself--but the framework might. If you're using annotations, you might never even need to do that.
 
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Thanks guys for your replies..

I think i need to dig more to understand what you guys are saying..
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