Today, I imported some properties in my Spring config file. I wrote something like this :
<!-- define properties from a file -->
<util:properties id="securityProperties" location="classpath:/securityProperties.properties" />
I could also wrote :
<!-- look for properties from a JNDI context -->
<jee:jndi-lookup id="securityProperties" jndi-name="props/security" />
... or even more simpler :
<!-- simply declare properties directly -->
So, I needed to retrieve my cas.base.url. In my bean, I just had to do :
private String SSO_CAS_BASE_URL;
That's why I like Spring.
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