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Spring init-method and destroy-method - Example

The init-method and destroy-method are attributes of Spring bean configuration file to perform certain actions upon bean initialization and destruction.  init-method is called after bean initialization and the destroy-method is called during before bean destruction by container. Annotations @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy , standardized by JSR-250, are generally considered the best practice for obtaining lifecycle callbacks in a modern Spring application.   init-method and  destroy-method are alternatives to  InitializingBean and DisposableBean .  Related topic, Spring initMethod and destroyMethod Example  - click here Complete Example  We are creating a simple maven project. You could clone the code from our GitHub repo. Final Project Directory Complete pom.xml <? xml version ="1.0" encoding ="UTF-8" ?> < project xmlns ="" xmlns: xsi ="" xsi :sche