Internship growth path: re understand IOC. May you have some misunderstandings about IOC?

Keywords: Java Spring ioc

Geek time: brother pony's learning notes

Main implementation strategies of IoC: the interviewer always asks the difference between IoC and DI. Does he really understand it?

Main implementation strategies of Ioc

  1. Service positioning mode. Java EE components are usually obtained through JNDI technology
  2. Dependency injection
  3. Context dependent query
  4. Template method
  5. Policy mode (not too deep)
    It can be said to be dependency lookup and dependency injection

Responsibilities of IoC container: in addition to dependency injection, what responsibilities does IoC cover?

  • Decoupling between implementation and task execution
  • Focus on the ultimate goal of the design, not its specific realization
  • Release this module
  • Module cancellation (for example, if the dependency is changed, the impact is obvious in case of synchronous call, but the impact may not be obvious in case of IOC)

Vernacular duty

  • General Responsibilities
  • Dependency processing
    -Dependency lookup
    -Dependency injection
  • Life cycle management
    -Managed resources (Java Beans or other resources)
  • to configure
    -Externalized configuration
    -Managed resources

Implementation of IoC container

Traditional IoC container implementation: are JavaBeans also IoC containers?

Traditional JavaBeans implementation

Anemia model, only writable methods, readable methods, default construction parameters

public class Person {
     * Age
    private Integer age;
     * name
    private String name;

    public Integer getAge() {
        return age;

    public void setAge(Integer age) {
        this.age = age;

    public String getName() {
        return name;

    public void setName(String name) { = name;

Get JavaBeans meta information

public class BeanInfoDemo {

    public static void main(String[] args) throws IntrospectionException {
        //Java operates in an introspective way
        BeanInfo beanInfo = Introspector.getBeanInfo(Person.class);
            .forEach(propertyDescriptor -> {


java.beans.PropertyDescriptor[name=age; propertyType=class java.lang.Integer; readMethod=public java.lang.Integer ioc.eg1.Person.getAge(); writeMethod=public void ioc.eg1.Person.setAge(java.lang.Integer)]
java.beans.PropertyDescriptor[name=class; propertyType=class java.lang.Class; readMethod=public final native java.lang.Class java.lang.Object.getClass()]
java.beans.PropertyDescriptor[name=name; propertyType=class java.lang.String; readMethod=public java.lang.String ioc.eg1.Person.getName(); writeMethod=public void ioc.eg1.Person.setName(java.lang.String)]

Why do you get this information?
Let's take a look at what's in the BeanInfo source code

public interface BeanInfo {
	//Description information of Bean
	BeanDescriptor getBeanDescriptor();
	//Description of the Bean event
	EventSetDescriptor[] getEventSetDescriptors();
	//Field information of Bean
	PropertyDescriptor[] getPropertyDescriptors();

Here we get the meta information of the Person field, but why is there an additional class field?
Because each Object has a readable method getClass(), and then it will be regarded as a default property and mistaken for a property
So there will be one more attribute class above, and it has only one reading method
If you want to turn it off, pass one more parameter

BeanInfo beanInfo = Introspector.getBeanInfo(Person.class,Object.class);

The second parameter is the parent class to prevent multi-level classes from printing out. This parameter is stopClass

Posted by thedualmind on Sat, 20 Nov 2021 09:09:55 -0800