Spring Java Configuration

I have a Spark application to which I introduced the spring core to do dependency injection.

I taught I was smart by having the same class name but in different packages to show which steps were related but that backfired because component scanning can’t handle all these classes with the same name. I will have to figure out a solution to this that does not involve specifying each as @Bean in the Spring configuration class.

I also learned how to specify many packages to be component scanned:

@ComponentScan({“package1”, “package2”, “package3”})

As simple as a string array.

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