Only normal scoped beans require client proxies. Decoration and
interception should be implemented by subclassing (see CDI-74, CDI-44).
On 10/19/2011 07:24 PM, Rick Hightower wrote:
"Client proxies are never required for a bean whose scope is a
pseudo-scope such as @Dependent."
I understand the concept of client proxies to allow for scopes and
Is this a true statement...
Client proxies may not be needed for @Dependent (pseudo scope). CDI
may provide a client proxy for @Dependent.
A proxy is needed for @Dependent objects that are decorated or
intercepted with Decorators or Interceptors.
Are all injected objects proxied or only objects that are normal
scoped or decorated?
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