[cdi-dev] [JBoss JIRA] (CDI-114) Allow registration of beans at runtime
Vincent Massol (JIRA)
issues at jboss.org
Sun Feb 19 12:55:00 EST 2017
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Vincent Massol commented on CDI-114:
Hi guys. I was wondering if there was now a recommended way of supporting the main use case I listed above back in 2011, namely:
If you have a CDI application, how can you add support for installing extensions at runtime for this application (for example by adding JARs containing beans to the classloader), and tell the Bean Manager to take into account those news beans?
I suspect this is a common need for apps as they grow (i.e. the ability to dynamically add extensions). As I mentioned back then, we've been supporting this in XWiki for about 10 years now with our custom handmade solution but I hate using custom solutions when there exists standard solutions so I'm always on the lookout for such solutions. I've been wanting to try to use CDI for years now but have dropped it in 2011 because of the lack of a solution.
The only option I've heard so far would be to tell the Bean Manager to "restart" and thus re-run the process of creating/resolving the Bean graph. Is that still the only solution? However, I'm worried that this would take too long for our needs since XWiki has thousands (possibly tens of thousands) of Beans running, coming from hundreds of JAR files. Is this "restart"/"reload" already implemented and optimized so that there's no rescanning of JAR files for example? Does anyone have any experience with this?
Thanks a lot!
> Allow registration of beans at runtime
> Key: CDI-114
> URL: https://issues.jboss.org/browse/CDI-114
> Project: CDI Specification Issues
> Issue Type: Feature Request
> Components: Beans
> Affects Versions: 1.0
> Reporter: Vincent Massol
> Fix For: TBD
> I have use cases where I need to register a bean dynamically at runtime (see the forum reference link for a detailed description of the use case).
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