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From "Ing. Thomas Kernstock" <>
Subject AW: AW: AW: AW: CODI 0.9.0 + Glassfish V3.0.1 + EAR
Date Sat, 27 Nov 2010 23:59:37 GMT
Hi Mark !

thanx again for the answer. I just tried to use Verborgs source because I
couldn't use seamfaces and codi (which I would prefer of course) -> it's
easier to look a 10 classes and 100 lines of code in a test project than at
a full featured library. 

Trying other CDI implementations with Glassfish like OpenWebBeans would be a
very hard task if I believe some articles/even not impossible because Weld
is included. Besides I'm not sure how many other problems I will produce and
have to solve only to try out another solution. 

Of course I will try to give you further feedback but right now I'm running
out of time in my project schedule so I have to make some tough decisions.

My only last question for now is -> is there any detailed description/examle
on how to deploy CODI in an enterprise project with an war and an ejb module
(both cdi enabled) deployed in an ear. I'm still not sure if the problem
isn't sitting right in front the keyboard :-) 

best regards
-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Mark Struberg [] 
Gesendet: Samstag, 27. November 2010 13:00
An: MyFaces Discussion
Betreff: Re: AW: AW: AW: CODI 0.9.0 + Glassfish V3.0.1 + EAR

Hi Thomas!

First: You don't need Verborghs extension anymore. It it a good introduction
sample to extension programming but was not production ready when I looked
it the last time. I wrote an extension which uses the JSF-2
javax.faces.bean.ViewScope annotation to maintain a CDI Context
implementation last year. The code is now included in CODI and Dan also used
it as base for his Seam3 context. Our code also deals with proper cleanup,

For  the glassfish issue:

a) could you please test it with Apache OpenWebBeans (latest from trunk) and
OpenEJB? David Jencks is currently working on a in depth geronimo
integration of OWB. If you write a question to the
list he might give you a quick info about the current status.

b) you might also ping the list to get more
information about the glassfish status.

And please keep on providing feedback, this is an important area in the
industry and I bet there are still a few issues left open - so any help and
especially feedback about common use cases is welcome!


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