How to Inject Null or Blank values to a Spring Bean


To inject an NULL value which is equivalent to bean.setMessage(null):

<bean id=”beanId” class=”bean”>
<property name=”message”><null/></property>
</bean>

To inject an empty Stringe which is equivalent to bean.setMessage(“”)

<bean id=”beanId” class=”bean”>
<property name=”message” value=””></property>
</bean>

 

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