Using @someBean in email templates

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Using @someBean in email templates

xtian
I followed this tutorial "Rich HTML email in Spring with Thymeleaf" to generate an email using a Thymeleaf template. All is fine, but I can't access the ApplicationContext beans that I use elsewhere in the application.

To be more specific, in my email template I'd like to have something like:

<span th:text="${@myBean.doSomething()}">

where "myBean" is a @Component. Is that possible at all?

In Thymeleaf 2 I used the workaround of adding the ApplicationContext as a bean named "beans", so that I could use a notation like ${beans.myBean.doSomething()}:

ctx.setVariable("beans", new Beans(applicationContext));

This doesn't work anymore in Thymeleaf 3 because the "org.thymeleaf.spring4.context.Beans" class is gone.

More details in this SO post: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31244600/accessing-application-context-beans-from-thymeleaf-email-template

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