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There are some stages during the Configuration process which may be interesting for the developer. You can actually interact with the ConfigurationManager or at least get notified about things done. To use this functionality you just have to annotate the method accordingly as showed in the next example:

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public class Configurable {
	@Configure private String somevalue;
	 * Usually you don't need to store the environment, its made here, to make the debug messages more verbose.
	private Environment environment;
	public Configurable(Environment anEnvironment){
		environment = anEnvironment;
	public String toString(){
		return "!!! Configurable "+environment+" somevalue: "+somevalue;
	public void setSomevalue(String aValue){
		somevalue = aValue;
		System.out.println(this+": my property somevalue has been set to: "+somevalue);
	@BeforeConfiguration public void callBeforeEachConfiguration(){
		System.out.println(this+" will be configured now");
	@BeforeInitialConfiguration public void callBeforeInitialConfigurationOnly(){
		System.out.println(this+" will be INITIALY configured now");
	@BeforeReConfiguration public void callBeforeReConfigurationOnly(){
		System.out.println(this+" will be RE-configured now");

	@AfterConfiguration public void callAfterEachConfiguration(){
		System.out.println(this+" has been configured");
	@AfterInitialConfiguration public void callAfterInitialConfigurationOnly(){
		System.out.println(this+" has been INITIALY-configured");
	@AfterReConfiguration public void callAfterReConfigurationOnly(){
		System.out.println(this+" has been RE-configured");