[cdi-dev] Shutting down CDI Instances

Antoine Sabot-Durand antoine at sabot-durand.net
Thu Mar 26 06:56:18 EDT 2015

After second thought, option 1 is my favorite. It’ll be easier to dedicate this subclass to SE bootstrap instead of forbidden usage of some methods in CDI (option 2). Concerning option 3, I don’t see the benefit on option 1.

> Le 24 mars 2015 à 19:00, John D. Ament <john.d.ament at gmail.com> a écrit :
> All,
> In discussion today w/ Jozef, we found that the way of shutting down a container in the proposed SE API precluded the notion that multiple containers could be running.  While we're not necessarily going to handle multiple containers right now, we don't want to preclude the idea either.  With that said, there were three different approaches though up to handle how to shutdown a launched container.  it obivously would only work with an SE booted container, but part of this does give a pointer in how we may implement initialize.
> Option 1 - Subclass CDI.  The returned CDI instance when bootstrapped would return this subclass of CDI that has shutdown capability.
> Option 2 - Add method to CDI.  Add the shutdown method to CDI directly, and throw an exception if called in an EE environment.
> Option 3 - Return a different object all together when initializing.  Return something else from initialize, e.g. CDIContext, which has a shutdown method when you initialize.  That class would also have a getter for the CDI instance backing it.
> Let us know your thoughts.
> Thanks,
> John
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