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For reference material on how native Spring syntax works, see:

Creating New Files

If you need to create your own Spring bean file to import or load into a service's resource set, the following template should be used. While usable to some degree in XML editors, the use of the "p" and "c" shorthand namespaces is not really schema-compatible and is designed for use inside Spring-aware tools such as the Eclipse STS plugin.


A key technology that can greatly simplify some Spring syntax is the Spring Expression Language:

Spring expressions in XML configuration are typically bracketed like so: #{ expression }