Correct me if anything is wrong.
As I understand, all Spring functionality, namely DI works when beans are got thru
Spring Context, ie getBean() method.
Otherwise, none can work, even if my method is marked @Transactional and I will
create the owning class with a new operator, no transaction management will be provided.
I use Tomcat 6 as a servlet container.
So, my question is: how to make Servlet methods managed by Spring framework.
The issue here is that I use a framework, and its servlets extend the functionality of
basic java Servlets, so they have more methods. Still, web.xml is present in an app as usual.
The thing is that I do not control the servlets creation flow, I can only override a few methods
of each servlet, the flow is basically written down in some xml file, but I control this process
using a graphical gui.
So, basically, I only add some code to a few methods of each Servlet.
How to make those methods managed by Spring framework? The basic thing I need to do is
making these methods transactional (@Transactional).