Test prop injection redness

Another nice reason for using the @Value with an indexed Properties object is that some IDEs (. IntelliJ) can refactor the actual property names if you also have the .properties file in the project which is nice. Another tip is to use something like EProperties (which extends the native Java Properties object) if you want to do inclusion/nesting/substitution in properties files without using Spring's PropertiesPlaceholderConfigurer class (which sadly doesnt expose its properties - to use SpEL indexing ['key'] the bean needs to be an instance of Map<> . extend map which the Java Properties object does)...

Test prop injection redness

test prop injection redness

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