I think you're right. getAnnotatedSessionBeanClass() looks obsolete.
I'll remove it.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 10:44 AM, Mark Struberg <struberg(a)yahoo.de> wrote:
> Hi Gavin!
> While reviewing our ProcessSessionBean implementation, I just wonder what's the difference between the directly defined
> public AnnotatedType<X> getAnnotatedSessionBeanClass();
> and the derived
> public AnnotatedType<X> ProcessManagedBean#getAnnotatedBeanClass();
> Should they return different things?
> txs and LieGrue,
The following packages are "done":
javax.enterprise.inject (except for the exception and helper classes)
Please review this stuff folks, and let me know what you think.
David is working on the SPI packages. I will try to finish
javax.enterprise.inject tonight or tomorrow morning.
OK folks, here's a new draft with the following changes:
* moved TypeLiteral/AnnotationLiteral/Nonbinding to javax.enterprise.util
* @Decorates -> @Inject @Delegate
* added note to 11.3.18 about classes with component defining annotations
* light reorg/rewrite of 5.1-5.3, 8.3-8.4, 9.5 (should not have
changed any semantics)
* fixed a bug in 8.3
* re-added a restriction to 9.3 that got lost at some point
* moved exceptions section to 2.8 and removed lots of forward links
* moved def of injectable references to 6.5.5-6.5.6
* removed appendices, now that the javadoc is almost ready
I got the spec back down to 99 pages now :-)
In a web application, we usually convert the request params from String (or
String array) to Beans. All web frameworks do that.
Is string conversion a topic of Web beans spec?
A conversion workflow has usually 3 phases:
1 - inspect the property type: String, Date, Number, beans
2 - do the conversion: "'1" to 1, "01/01/2009" to Date, etc
3 - inject the converted object according the request name: "person.name",
Who would have do this conversion?