I use weld 2.4; I tested this in liberty and wildfly-10.1.0.Final
Martin Kouba <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Benjamin Confino <BENJAMIC@uk.ibm.com>,
Emily Jiang <EMIJIANG@uk.ibm.com>
Dependent Scoped bean aquired by CDI.current() is not destroyed
the lifecycle of @Dependent instances created through
javax.enterprise.inject.spi.CDI is not well defined. So it's always
better to destroy such instances when not needed. However, it would make
sense to destroy such instances during shutdown.
I believe this works in Weld SE. What environment/runtime do you use?
Dne 9.8.2017 v 11:52 Benjamin Confino napsal(a):
> I have a servlet that acquires two instances of a dependent scoped
> The first is aquired by @Inject Instance<CdiBean> the second
> via CDI.current().select(CdiBean.class).get().
> I can see that the first instance's @PreDestroy is called when I shut
> down the application. However @PreDestroy is not called on the instance
> acquired CDI.current. Here is the source:
> My question is, is this behaviour intentional? And if it is, can you
> please link me to the appropriate part of the spec that says when
> should expect a @Dependent bean created by CDI.current to be destroyed?
> I have a customer concerned about this causing a potential memory
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