On 25/08/2015 16:31, John D. Ament wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 9:51 AM Nigel Deakin <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> On 24/08/2015 21:24, John D. Ament wrote:
> > Hi Nigel!
> > Glad to hear from you. Was wondering, is there a way to manually register listeners?
> The current proposal is is for the bean to start listening just as soon as it is created (by CDI), and for it to stop
> listening just before it is destroyed (by CDI).
> As you suggesting that CDI would create the listener, but the application would call some method to tell it to start
> listening? or did you have something else in mind?
> Hmm, this would mean that only app scoped beans would apply?
> It might be better to scan for the annotations and use that to start up the listener?
I was just making a guess at what you might had in mind by "manually register listeners".
> > It would be great if this could
> > be leveraged in a CDI SE environment as well as EE environment.
> I see that work is underway for CDI 2.0 to define how CDI might work in a Java SE environment. I don't see why a similar
> portable extension could not be created for use in Java SE. Since there would be no need to support Java EE behaviour
> such as transactions this could be built directly on top of the JMS provider's Java SE client. No need to use a resource
> adapter. However since the @JMSListener and @JMSConnectionFactory annotations use JNDI there would be a need to be a way
> to specify which JNDI InitialContext to use. I'm not proposing any of this at the moment, but it might perhaps be
> something that we (the JMS expert group) could consider later on as a optional part of JMS 2.1.
> There's also the Java EE application client to consider.
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