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In Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management the component framework is introduced to declare dependencies between code artifacts. It allows to initialize a graph of Java objects ("run-time component") that represent the running application types.
So-called component files are XML files that define which Java classes must be instantiated and how the members of the instances must be initialized/connected with each other (contracts, implementations and instances). Instances that are created by the component framework can be application-specific, i.e., different wirings can be achieved per application type.
As opposed to the dependency injection framework, which is based on Guice, the component framework provides more flexibility and supports Intershop-specific development artifacts.
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|Concept - Component Framework||2020/02/04 13:12:34||7.5|
|Concept - Component Framework (valid to 7.4 CI)||2020/02/04 13:12:34||6.5||7.4.6|
|Cookbook - Component Framework||2020/05/05 17:13:43||6.5|
|Reference - Component Framework||2016/07/12 08:44:50||7.5|
|Reference - Component Framework (valid to 7.4 CI)||2016/03/17 15:52:34||6.5||7.4.6|
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