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Hi All,
I am quite new to Spring DI. We have two classes, PhysicalService and PhysicalDAO. Physical service instance is being created dynamically using some service handler, hence it is not spring managed bean. Physical DAO instance is managed by Spring Beans. Is there any way by which I can inject physical dao in physical service?
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Sathish David  Kumar N earned 125 total points
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You can define in the dispatcherservlet.xml
then you can create setter method in your class create construtor in ur class
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