i changed it so that the locators are always tested now, so it will fail on injection. i dont know if we need mandatory or not.

-Igor


On 9/3/06, Erik Brakkee <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Erik Brakkee wrote:
> 2. The @SpringBean annotation should be extended with a 'mandatory'
> attribute, defaulting to false. If the bean is mandatory, then an
> exception should be thrown by the injector in case a bean can not be found.
>
Thinking about it some more, I think, the default should be to make a
bean mandatory.
> Cheers
>   Erik
>
>
>


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