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From rotty3...@apache.org
Subject [aries-cdi] 16/27: readme updates
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2019 18:43:35 GMT
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rotty3000 pushed a commit to branch rotty3000/cdi-spi
in repository https://gitbox.apache.org/repos/asf/aries-cdi.git

commit fd67de0787e2d16849e69728e2b33c9f6939f460
Author: Raymond Augé <rotty3000@apache.org>
AuthorDate: Fri Nov 22 16:49:46 2019 -0500

    readme updates
    
    Signed-off-by: Raymond Augé <rotty3000@apache.org>
---
 README.md | 47 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----
 1 file changed, 42 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
index bd7fd8f..0f607ab 100644
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -78,15 +78,23 @@ If you want to emulate the CDI default use:
 
 In bnd `4.3.0+` you can rely purely on the discovery mode calculated from existing `beans.xml`
files in your project. This grants even less configuration friction for existing projects
migrating to OSGi CDI.
 
-## Pre-built runtime
+## Pre-built runtimes
 
-This repository provides an example for how to assemble an executable jar providing a complete
runtime for you to just drop in your CDI bundles. It comes complete with logging, Gogo shell,
Config Admin, Http Whiteboard support, and OSGi Promises.
+This repository provides two examples for how to assemble an executable jar providing a complete
runtime for you to just drop in your CDI bundles. These come complete with logging, Gogo shell,
Config Admin, Http Whiteboard support, and OSGi Promises.
 
-Once you've completed a successfull build, you should be able to execute the command:
+Once you've completed a successful build, you should be able to execute the commands:
 
-`java -jar cdi-executable/target/executable.jar`
+#### OpenWebBeans
 
-and be presented with a gogo shell prompt ready for you to install a CDI bundle.
+`java -jar cdi-executable/target/weld-executable.jar`
+
+and be presented a gogo shell prompt running in a framework that uses Aries CDI over **Apache
OpenWebBeans** ready for you to install a CDI bundle.
+
+#### Weld
+
+`java -jar cdi-executable/target/owb-executable.jar`
+
+and be presented with a gogo shell prompt running in a framework that uses Aries CDI over
**JBoss Weld** ready for you to install a CDI bundle.
 
 ## Architecture Overview
 
@@ -172,4 +180,33 @@ When a CDI bundle is identified by CCR several steps are taken before
any bean i
          - `@BeforeDestroy(ComponentScoped.class)`
          - `@Destroyed(ComponentScoped.class)`
 
+## Aries CDI SPI
+
+Aries CDI now has an SPI for enabling it to be used with any CDI container impl.
+
+The requirements to satisfy this SPI are quite simple:
+
+- Aries CDI Extender requires:
+
+  -  a **prototype scoped** service that implements `javax.enterprise.inject.se.SeContainerInitializer`
+
+  - this service must have a service property `aries.cdi.spi`  whose value is not important
but the recommendation is a human readable name of the implementation
+
+  - Aries CDI will pass two values via the properties methods of `javax.enterprise.inject.se.SeContainerInitializer`
as defined by `org.apache.aries.cdi.spi.Keys`
+
+  - the  `SeContainerInitializer` will be called like this:
+
+    ```java
+    			_seContainer = _seContainerInitializerInstance
+    				.setClassLoader((org.apache.aries.cdi.spi.loader.SpiLoader)spiLoader)
+    				.addBeanClasses(classes)
+    				.setProperties(properties)
+    				.addProperty(BEANS_XML_PROPERTY, containerState.beansModel().getBeansXml())
+    				.addProperty(BUNDLECONTEXT_PROPERTY, bundle().getBundleContext())
+    				.addExtensions(extensions)
+    				.initialize();
+    ```
+
+  - The behaviour of this container should be to start the `@ApplicationScoped` context immediately.
This allows for services from the container component to be published right away.
+
 Check out the many questions and answers in the [FAQ](faq.md).
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