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What is the difference between the singleton design pattern and singleton scope in Spring?

 
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What is the difference between the singleton design pattern and singleton scope in Spring?
 
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The Spring singleton scope is an implementation of the singleton design pattern.

Everytime you ask the Spring container for a bean that is configured to be in singleton scope, the Spring container will return the same Spring bean instance.

The opposite is the Spring prototype scope.

Bean scopes


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