[cdi-dev] Contexts behavior in SE and Async Event for EDR1
rmannibucau at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 09:13:23 EDT 2015
I wouldn't activate any "web" scope by default, in particular for async
events where I think most of the time it will not be used. Next feature
request will be to inherit the scope between async threads....and here I
guess we agree it will not go very far.
Side note: using request scope where actually a thread scope is needed is a
pain, maybe time to add a thread scoped with an accessible manual
activation. Would make "batches", "timers" etc easy to impl/integrate.
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2015-06-18 15:10 GMT+02:00 Antoine Sabot-Durand <antoine at sabot-durand.net>:
> Hi guys,
> We should finally decide how to manage normal scope context (other than
> application context ) in SE and during Async Event for EDR1.
> Having only RequestContext active during async event as Martin suggest in
> the PR makes sense and would be consistent with its behavior during async
> EJB call.
> Mark asked twice to activate Request Context all the time in SE (making it
> a new Application Context). I’m not found of it, but I’ml not the only one
> to decide here.
> What is you feeling about this ?
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