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From Rohit Kelapure <kelap...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Standalone extension and manual bean discovery
Date Tue, 09 Nov 2010 21:38:45 GMT
Aaron,

*Does*

import org.apache.webbeans.container.BeanManagerImpl;
((BeanManagerImpl) lifecycle.getBeanManager()).getComponents();

return a different set of beans ?

--Thanks,
Rohit

On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 10:38 AM, Aaron Anderson <nickmalthus@yahoo.com>wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am writing a standalone application outside of JavaEE and I would like to
> use OpenWebBeans for dependency injection. I have discovered the standalone
> sample and I am able to boot up my own standalone environment.
>
> I do not wish to use the automatic bean discovery method but instead wish
> to manually control which beans are exposed to the container. In JavaEE I
> would set the metadata-complete flag to false but I am not sure if there is
> a SE equivalent. In my application I have not included a beans.xml file but
> instead I have written a simple extension that observes the
> BeforeBeanDiscovery event and then manually adds all the beans I desire to
> be managed:
>
> public void beforeBeanDiscovery (@Observes BeforeBeanDiscovery bbd,
> BeanManager bm){
>   bbd.addAnnotatedType(bm.createAnnotatedType(MyBean.class));
> }
>
> I thought this would be sufficient to add my class for discovery but after
> the lifecycle is started and I dump all the beans using
>
> lifecycle.getBeanManager().getBeans(Object.class,
> AnnotationLiteral<Any>(){});
>
> only the standard CDI classes are present. Any idea of what I am doing
> wrong or if there a superior way to accomplish my goal of manually "wiring"
> beans together in a CDI extension?
>
>  Thanks,
>
> Aaron
>
>

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