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Annotation to do Dependency injection in spring

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HI,
Is there any other annotation apart from @Autowired to perform dependency injection in spring ?
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Question by:Rohit Bajaj
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Use @Inject
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There is also @Resource although it does operate slightly differently to the others. Check out the docs and also this blog post gives some useful info... http://blogs.sourceallies.com/2011/08/spring-injection-with-resource-and-autowired/
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In addition to the big 3 mentioned in your question and previous comments, there are other annotations that compose the container configuration 'ecosystem'. The Spring Reference has useful information on Spring vs JSR-330 annotations in chapter 7, particularly sections 7.9 - 7.11.
Spring Framework Reference

In my experience, mixing and matching can be troublesome (similar to mixing Hibernate and JSR-338 annotations). I've found the most successful path is to pick one set that works for your project and stick with it. The decision will probably revolve around whether your application is meant to be JEE-compliant.

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Jim
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