In a Microservices architecture based Java application, we have multiple microservices in the form of multiple Spring Boot applications. Each Spring Boot application will have its separate configuration file, where we specify the values in the form of key - value pairs. If you used maven in your application, you must have guessed that we are talking about nothing but application.properties file. You might have noticed that some of the entries in each application's application.properties file are common, such as registering with Eureka server, Email, Security, JPA configurations etc. If we can keep these common entries in one central place and make them accessible by each application, it will make our development easier. Therefore, How can we make a central
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