beans tag definition for spring frame work
tag: This tag is the starting point of the bean configuration file. It indicates that the file contains bean definitions.
Defining a bean: Within the
tag, individual tags are used to define beans. Each tag represents a single bean.
Setting bean attributes: Inside the
tag, various attributes can be set to configure the bean. These attributes include "id" (a unique identifier for the bean), "class" (the fully qualified class name of the bean's implementation), and additional attributes depending on the specific requirements of the bean.
Adding bean properties: Within a
tag, properties of the bean can be defined using tags. Each tag represents a single property of the bean.
Setting property values: Inside the
tag, the "name" attribute is used to specify the property name, and the "value" attribute is used to set the value of the property.
Referencing other beans: Instead of setting a property value directly, it is also possible to reference another bean using the "ref" attribute. This allows for dependency injection and wiring of beans together.
tag: Once all the necessary bean definitions have been added, the tag is closed, indicating the end of the bean configuration file.
By following these steps, the