[cdi-dev] CDI events in .ear packaged application

Sverker Abrahamsson sverker at abrahamsson.com
Tue Nov 29 09:28:27 EST 2016

Thank you, I found the issue.

I was sending the configuration event in method listening to 
AfterDeploymentValidation event, but that is called after 
AfterBeanDiscovery which is where CdiCamelExtension hangs when trying to 
add my RouteBuilders.

When I moved the code for sending out the event to 
CdiCamelExtension.afterBeanDiscovery() then it works like a charm and I 
do receive the event even in my ear packaged application.


Den 2016-11-29 kl. 12:34, skrev Martin Kouba:
> Hi Sverker,
> the CDI spec does not define any visibility boundaries for events. So 
> an observer method should be notified if the declaring bean is enabled 
> and the payload type is accessible. I would try to verify these 
> assumptions first (e.g. use debug logging [1] or development mode [2]).
> Also do you have a sample app/reproducer?
> Martin
> [1]
> http://weld.cdi-spec.org/documentation/#7
> [2]
> http://weld.cdi-spec.org/news/2016/10/07/tip2-devmode/
> Dne 29.11.2016 v 12:18 sverker napsal(a):
>> Hi
>> I'm trying to solve an issue with CDI usage in Apache Camel where I was
>> suggested to use CDI Events to configure the context behavior. This 
>> works
>> fine in the testcases packaged as .jar or .war, but when I try to use 
>> it in
>> my application that is packaged as an .ear then it doesn't work. The 
>> event
>> is never received.
>> When I search on this issue it appears to be due to classloader 
>> boundary and
>> that CDI events won't be carried over them. I had a similar problem 
>> before
>> in the application which I solved by using a JMS topic instead but 
>> can't do
>> that now.
>> Anybody knows a way to make CDI events work in an .ear packaged 
>> application
>> deployed on Wildfly 10.1 application server?
>> Link to the ticket for Apache Camel:
>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CAMEL-10391
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