Spring JSR-250 Annotations with Example

By | June 22, 2021

In this post, We will learn about the Spring JSR-250 Annotations with Examples using a Demo Project.

Spring Framework also supports JSR-250 annotations that include @Resource, @PostConstruct, and @PreDestroy annotations.

These annotations are not really required because We already have other alternates or options to achieve  the same functionalities that we achieve using these annotations

@Resource Annotation

We can use @Resource annotation on or before fields or setter methods. The @Resource annotation usually takes a ‘name’ attribute that will be interpreted as the bean name to be injected.

If We do not specify the ‘name’ attribute explicitly then the default name is derived from the class field name or setter method. In the case of a field, it takes the field name and in the case of a setter method, it takes the bean property name.

@PostConstruct and @PreDestroy Annotations:

To set up and teardown functionalities for a Spring bean, we simply declare the <bean> with init-method and/or destroy-method parameters. The init-method attribute usually specifies a method that is to be called on the bean immediately after instantiation. On another side, We can use a destroy-method attribute to specify a method that is called just before a bean is removed or destroyed from the spring container.

We can usually use @PostConstruct annotation as an alternate of initialization callback and @PreDestroy annotation as an alternate of destruction callback.



Java Class which is registered as Spring bean in Spring Container.




Client Program with the main method

If you run ClientTest.java as Java Application then it will give the below output: 

That’s all about Spring JSR-250 Annotations with Example

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