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Generally, dependency management (or dependency injection) is a software design pattern in which one or more dependencies (or services) are injected, or passed by reference, into a dependent object (or client) and are made part of the client's state. More specifically, it refers to the approach for accessing implementations of manager and provider interfaces.
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|Concept - Dependency Injection and ObjectGraphs||2020/10/29 13:04:02||7.0|
|Cookbook - Dependency Injection and ObjectGraphs||2020/02/04 13:13:29||7.4|
|Cookbook - Dependency Injection and ObjectGraphs (valid to 7.3)||2020/02/04 13:13:30||7.0||7.3|
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