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From "rickqinj" <>
Subject Re: Restrictions of using BeanProvider?
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2016 08:54:14 GMT
Hello Thomas,Many thanks! It works. 
------------------------------------------------------------------From:Thomas Andraschko <>Time:2016
Jul 20 (Wed) 16:34To:DeltaSpike Maillist - Users <>; rickqinj
<>Subject:Re: Restrictions of using BeanProvider?

BeanProvider just works for managed beans as it just "provide beans" from the underlying CDI

If you would like to do injection in a unmanaged object, you can do the following:

MyUnmanagedBean a = new MyUnmanagedBean();


2016-07-20 9:13 GMT+02:00 rickqinj <>:
Hello,The BeanProvider makes me confused for a few days. Could anyone help me out?The problem
in my case is that I cannot get an instance of a non-managed class by BeanProvider.getContextualReference()
method.I listed my case as following:

// DeltaSpike 1.4.2, Weld 1.1.31, CDI 1.0-SP4

//--Class A--public class A {    //member fields

    private B b;    //Constructor with parameters.    public A(String p1, String
p2, String p3) {        //...just do something.

    }    public B getInstanceOfB() {        b = BeanProvider.getContextualReference(B.class,
false);        return b;



//--Class Caller--@Named

public class Caller {    //...    public void action() {        A a = new A("s1",
"s2", "s3");        B b = a.getInstanceOfB(); //<-------- I cannot get an instance
of B.    }    //...


The class A is a non-managed bean, and Caller is managed.

Am I do wrong with BeanProvider? What should I do to get the instance of B?Ps. I cannot make
the class A managed, it may cause refactoring of all project. (~that's awful~)And according
to the error log, it seems that a missing InjectionPoint may caused this problem.

Many thanks for your help!

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