ProcessSessionBeanTest testProcessSessionBeanEvent count
Project: CDI TCK
Issue Type: Bug
Security Level: Public (Everyone can see)
Affects Versions: 1.0.4.Final
Reporter: David Blevins
[Side note maybe there should be versions for 1.0.4.SP1 and 1.0.4.SP2]
Not sure if this is an issue or not, so filling this as a bug and not a challenge. The
test essentially has two observer methods and is asserting that only one of them are
public void observeElephantSessionBean(@Observes ProcessSessionBean<Elephant>
ProcessBeanObserver.elephantProcessSessionBean = event;
public void observeElephantBean(@Observes ProcessBean<Elephant> event)
Specifically the test asserts that observeElephantSessionBean is called and that
observeElephantBean is not called.
Currently we call both because ProcessSessionBean is assignable to ProcessBean and the
generics are the same.
Is there a part of the spec that mandates only the most specific observer method is
The only thing I can find is in 10.4 which says pretty clearly:
There may be arbitrarily many observer methods with the same event parameter type and
A bean (or extension) may declare multiple observer methods.
Well I guess it's not that clear as it says essentially "this may happen"
rather than "this may happen...and when it does the behavior is...[all are invoked ||
only the most specific is invoked]"
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