On 25/08/2015 00:18, arjan tijms wrote:
On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 9:47 PM, Nigel Deakin
> If I understand things correctly, if this is a normal CDI bean then this
> alone is not sufficient to cause an instance of the bean to be created.
> You also need to
> (1) inject it into some other bean
> (2) create that other bean and
> (3) call a method on the MyListenerBean to trigger lazy initialisation.
This is one way for sure, but one alternative worth mentioning is to
eagerly instantiatie the scoped bean whenever its scope starts. For
OmniFaces we have implemented a separate annotation for this for CDI
1.0, see http://showcase.omnifaces.org/cdi/Eager
Someone over on the JMS user alias told me about this yesterday. So that would avoid the
need to call a method to
trigger lazy initialisation on normal-scoped bean proxies. I presume the application still
has to inject the bean.
If so then it sounds useful. Is it going to be included as a standard feature of CDI 2.0?
I see someone has proposed