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    Default How do beans become 'singleton' or prototype?

    How do beans become 'singleton' or prototype?

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    Default Re: How do beans become 'singleton' or prototype?

    by default spring beans are singleton means for the whole application there will be only one instance for a class. prototype means for each request a new instance will be created and for this you have to use scope="prototype" in xml configuration or if you want to use annotation then you can declare it in annotation how the bean will behave.

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