Quick Analysis of Spring Bean Dependencies

In Maia you can quickly analyze Spring Bean dependencies: just press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+U while editing Spring application context or invoke pop-up menu on a Spring bean. The quick pop-up view displays selected bean with all its dependencies (including external files), to which you can easily navigate by double-clicking diagram elements.

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5 Responses to Quick Analysis of Spring Bean Dependencies

  1. JBaruch says:

    Does it support JavaConfig & annotations?

  2. serega.vasiliev says:

    yes : )

  3. David says:

    What’s the shortcut under OSX ?

  4. Stephan Anft says:

    Cool feature. It would be really great to have something similar for Seam components.

  5. Taras Tielkes says:

    I did not expect to use this much, however I find that it’s actually a nice feature.

    One nice addition would be an option to “expand scope”.
    Initially direct dependencies and dependees are shown.
    Often I’d like this graph to expand one step – in other words, show beans which are connected by a maximum of two links.

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