[cdi-dev] Recap of Context Management (CDI-30) hangout meeting
mkouba at redhat.com
Thu Sep 29 05:46:55 EDT 2016
Dne 29.9.2016 v 11:16 Antoine Sabot-Durand napsal(a):
> Hi all,
> Just to sum up what was said during our Tuesday Hangout meeting. For
> those who were present feel free to correct or amend this.
> Controlling Request Context is something rather easy (because it's
> linked to one thread) while Session Context is far less obvious (used
> across multiple threads) so providing a generic solution to deal with
> their control seems quite complicated.
> That's why we decided to start addressing the Request Context control
> first and if we fell happy with that, continue the work on the Session
> Public API to control the request context could be design in 2 different
> 1) provide an interceptor to activate request context during the
> intercepted method invocation
This approach is also not always usable in some integration use cases
where the request cannot be simply "wrapped in a single method call".
For instance, in Quartz scheduler you can register a job listener with
methods jobToBeExecuted(), jobExecutionVetoed() and jobWasExecuted() -
here the approach 2) would make sense. On the other hand, you could
implement a JobFactory so that Job instances are beans (or at least
instances obtained and injected from an InjectionTarget) and simply
associate interceptor binding for its execute() method.
> 2) provide a programmatic API accessible thru a bean (like the
> Conversation bean)
> First solution is probably the easiest way for end user (to avoid not
> ended context), but if we go for controlling Session Scope we won't be
> able to provide a simple interceptor for it and will design something
> like solution 2 for it.
> So the question is should we go for 1 or 2 or both (with a risk of
> confusion) ?
I think that both ways are legal and make sense.
> Thanks for your feedback
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