IntelliJ IDEA 13.1.0 Web Help

Some features described here are available in Ultimate edition only.

To access the Spring dependencies diagram: Diagrams | Show Diagram in the context menu or Ctrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UShift Alt Command UShift Alt Command UShift Alt Command U for a Spring configuration file selected in the Project tool window or opened in the editor.

The Spring dependencies diagram lets you view and analyze dependencies between your beans. The diagram is most helpful when you need to view all autowired beans, for example, because it's hard to find another way to have them all displayed simultaneously.

Toolbar

Icon Description
spring-show-fileset-model Click this button to have all beans included into the current fileset model displayed as well dependencies between them.
spring-group-beans Click this button to have beans grouped by configuration files.
spring-show-autowired-dep Click this button to view autowired dependencies, if any.
spring-simple-view Click this button to use a simple plain layout for the diagram.

Note

The other toolbar options and context menu commands are common for all diagrams.

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