If you are looking for some Spring lifecycle Bean information or if you want to understand how the Spring create the instances under the their scope here I describe step by step and you can download one project in this link with some classes what fi you run them you will see in the log the steps clearly:
– The principal steps awares.
– BeanPostProcessor, Before initialization.
– init a Person (a Object).
– BeanPostProcessor After Initialization.
When you run the main method in SpringTest1 class you will see this on log:
1 – BeanNameAware: Object Person has been Initialized. Makes the object aware of their bean name in a bean factory.
2 – ClassLoaderAware, parent class loader gives the class loader used by the present bean factory to load bean classes.
3 – BeanFactoryAware: Be aware of their owning BeanFactory.
** BeanPostProcessor, Before Initialization person one per Bean, Spring container init instantiating, configuring, and initializing Bean.
4 – @PostConstruct: Init method after properties are set
5 – InitializingBean: afterPropertiesSet
6 – Init a Person: initPerson, init a Person by init-method method in Bean by default-init-method or
6 – Init a Person: default-init, Initializing bean: person Default called to initialize Bean. If init-method is setted in beans.xml this method will be executed.
<property name=“name” value=“Felipe” />
** BeanPostProcessor After Initialization person one per Bean, Spring container finish instantiating, configuring, and initializing Bean
Method talk is executed: ** I said hello! **
Calling ConfigurableApplicationContext close()…
ov 10, 2015 4:14:14 PM org.springframework.context.support.ClassPathXmlApplicationContext doClose
INFORMAÇÕES: Closing org.springframework.context.support.ClassPathXmlApplicationContext@1f8302d: startup date [Tue Nov 10 16:14:13 BRST 2015]; root of context hierarchy
7 @PreDestroy: Spring Clean Up! Person is cleaned up now. (named via beans.xml)
8- DisposableBean destroy(): Released the bean: person Called after Spring container is released the bean.