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Improve property placeholder resolution when multiple configurers are declared [SPR-10654] #15282

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spring-issuemaster opened this Issue Jun 13, 2013 · 1 comment

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spring-issuemaster commented Jun 13, 2013

Bozhidar Bozhanov opened SPR-10654 and commented

There are some problems when working with multiple <context:property-placeholder /> are defined (possibly in multiple .xml files)

  • when there are more than one configurers, the "ignore-unresolved" must be set to "true", otherwise startup fails, because one configurer doesn't have all the required properties

  • if there are nested properties obtained from multiple locations, startup fails, because ignore-unresolved does not affect the ignoreUnresolvableNestedPlaceholders property.

Here are some more details on my current issue: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17084563/spring-namespacehandler-and-multiple-property-placeholders

Currently it is solved by setting env.setIgnoreUnresolvableNestedPlaceholders(true), but I think there should be available for configuration via tha *PlaceholderConfigurer. Currently it is a property of the PropertyResolver and is not accessible from anywhere, apart from the Environment


Affects: 3.2 GA

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  • #14623 Using multiple PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer breaks @Value default value behavior ("duplicates")
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spring-issuemaster commented Jun 20, 2013

Phil Webb commented

This looks like it might possibly be a duplicate of #14623?

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