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Spring Boot – Common Application Properties (application.properties)

Spring-Boot-Tutorials »on Sep 3, 2017 By Sivateja

In this article I am going to explain about Spring Boot’s application.properties.  Generally we will create property files for writing static values related to our application. If you consider some real time java applications, we will use these .property files for writing  environmental (server) related stuff and for even for some other reasons, I strongly believe you might aware of the general usage of .property files in the java applications :-)

By default, Spring Boot provides a .properties file with name application.properties with some predefined key’s in it. I see more than 100 keys in the spring docs,  you can have a look at here..

Spring Docs ::.  Common application properties

In the next article, I will show you how to use Spring Boot application.properties in our application with example ;)

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