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This section is out of date. BigSense has moved off of Spring for Dependency Injection and AOP. It now has Dependency Injection built into standard Scala code and AOP via AspectJ at compile time. This section will be updated soon to reflect these changes. For now, the source code for the Dependency Injection can be found here:


Spring Dependency Injection is used to tie all the individual components together. To learn more about Spring Dependency Injection, please read the chapter on Dependency Injection in Spring in Action published by Manning. In our Application Context, the name and id fields are identical for every bean. The following examples are taken from the Application Context in the current version found in BigSense at the time of this writing. They may not be up to date. Please view the latest version at the following URL: