Code example for AbstractBeanDefinition

Methods: setBeanClasssetBeanClassNamesetLazyInitsetScopevalidate, setParentName, setSource

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	@Override 
	protected final AbstractBeanDefinition parseInternal(Element element, ParserContext parserContext) {
		BeanDefinitionBuilder builder = BeanDefinitionBuilder.genericBeanDefinition();
		String parentName = getParentName(element);
		if (parentName != null) {
			builder.getRawBeanDefinition().setParentName(parentName);
		} 
		Class<?> beanClass = getBeanClass(element);
		if (beanClass != null) {
			builder.getRawBeanDefinition().setBeanClass(beanClass);
		} 
		else { 
			String beanClassName = getBeanClassName(element);
			if (beanClassName != null) {
				builder.getRawBeanDefinition().setBeanClassName(beanClassName);
			} 
		} 
		builder.getRawBeanDefinition().setSource(parserContext.extractSource(element));
		if (parserContext.isNested()) {
			// Inner bean definition must receive same scope as containing bean. 
			builder.setScope(parserContext.getContainingBeanDefinition().getScope());
		} 
		if (parserContext.isDefaultLazyInit()) {
			// Default-lazy-init applies to custom bean definitions as well. 
			builder.setLazyInit(true);
		} 
		doParse(element, parserContext, builder);
		return builder.getBeanDefinition();
	} 
 
	/** 
	 * Determine the name for the parent of the currently parsed bean, 
	 * in case of the current bean being defined as a child bean. 
	 * <p>The default implementation returns {@code null}, 
	 * indicating a root bean definition. 
	 * @param element the {@code Element} that is being parsed 
	 * @return the name of the parent bean for the currently parsed bean, 
	 * or {@code null} if none 
	 */ 
	protected String getParentName(Element element) {
		return null; 
	} 
 
	/** 
	 * Determine the bean class corresponding to the supplied {@link Element}. 
	 * <p>Note that, for application classes, it is generally preferable to 
	 * override {@link #getBeanClassName} instead, in order to avoid a direct 
	 * dependence on the bean implementation class. The BeanDefinitionParser 
	 * and its NamespaceHandler can be used within an IDE plugin then, even 
	 * if the application classes are not available on the plugin's classpath. 
	 * @param element the {@code Element} that is being parsed 
	 * @return the {@link Class} of the bean that is being defined via parsing 
	 * the supplied {@code Element}, or {@code null} if none 
	 * @see #getBeanClassName 
	 */ 
	protected Class<?> getBeanClass(Element element) {
		return null; 
	} 
 
	/** 
	 * Determine the bean class name corresponding to the supplied {@link Element}. 
	 * @param element the {@code Element} that is being parsed 
	 * @return the class name of the bean that is being defined via parsing 
	 * the supplied {@code Element}, or {@code null} if none 
	 * @see #getBeanClass 
	 */ 
	protected String getBeanClassName(Element element) {
		return null; 
	} 
 
	/** 
	 * Parse the supplied {@link Element} and populate the supplied 
	 * {@link BeanDefinitionBuilder} as required. 
	 * <p>The default implementation delegates to the {@code doParse} 
	 * version without ParserContext argument. 
	 * @param element the XML element being parsed 
	 * @param parserContext the object encapsulating the current state of the parsing process 
	 * @param builder used to define the {@code BeanDefinition} 
	 * @see #doParse(Element, BeanDefinitionBuilder) 
	 */ 
	protected void doParse(Element element, ParserContext parserContext, BeanDefinitionBuilder builder) {
		doParse(element, builder);
	} 
 
	/** 
	 * Parse the supplied {@link Element} and populate the supplied 
	 * {@link BeanDefinitionBuilder} as required. 
	 * <p>The default implementation does nothing. 
	 * @param element the XML element being parsed 
	 * @param builder used to define the {@code BeanDefinition} 
	 */ 
	protected void doParse(Element element, BeanDefinitionBuilder builder) {
	} 
 
}