I'm reading section
that gives an example on how to configure ProxyFactoryBean
My question is what if class PersonImpl of the above example implements more than one interface?
<property name="target"><ref local="personTarget"/></property>
I`m asking because of the following situation:
Let's assume a "PersonImpl" extends AbstractPerson
and AbstractPerson implements 2 interfaces, let's say interfaceA and interfaceB.
Now I have to decide which interface is the "right" interface for the property "proxyInterfaces" A or B? But If I stayed with A I loose the business functionality of B and vice versa.
Is this a real problem or am I just doing things the wrong way?
Maybe I have to pass all implemented interfaces in a list?
note the name of the attribute proxyInterfaces is plural. It is usually a good indicator in Spring that things can be multiple (or a list). So
yep now it does... I had problems with my code but because of other things! thanks.