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marți, 31 mai 2016

CDI-JSF: Use @Inject to annotate a common method of a bean

As you probably know, when a bean is instantiated the first called method is the corresponding constructor. Afterwards, we have the method annotated with @PostConstruct. When this method is called we say that the dependency injections is done and we can exploit the injected artifacts. By annotating a common method with @Inject, we basically instruct CDI to call this method also when the bean in instantiated. For example, the below initFooBuzzBizz() is called after the constructor, but before the @PostConstruct:

public class TheBean {

 private static final Logger LOG = Logger.getLogger(TheBean.class.getName());

 public TheBean() {"TheBean#constructor called ...");
  Messages.addGlobalInfo("TheBean#constructor called ...");

 public void init() {"TheBean#init() called ...");
  Messages.addGlobalInfo("TheBean#init() called ...");

 public void callFooBuzzBizzAction() {"TheBean#callFooBuzzBizz() called ...");
  Messages.addGlobalInfo("TheBean#callFooBuzzBizz() called ...");

 private void initFooBuzzBizz(Foo foo, Buzz buzz, Bizz bizz) {"TheBean#initFooBuzzBizz() called ...");
  Messages.addGlobalInfo("TheBean#initFooBuzzBizz() called ...");


The output will be:
  • TheBean#constructor called ...
  • TheBean#initFooBuzzBizz() called ...
  • Foo#fooify() called ...
  • Buzz#buzzify() called ...
  • Bizz#bizzify() called ...
  • TheBean#init() called ...
  • TheBean#callFooBuzzBizz() called ...
The complete example is available here,

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