[forge-dev] Adding @Named to an EJBs... or anywhere

George Gastaldi ggastald at redhat.com
Fri Jun 13 09:39:23 EDT 2014

I am leaning towards the java-add-annotation approach as it seems more intuitive and could solve other use cases that may arise.

> Em 13/06/2014, às 04:19, Antonio Goncalves <antonio.mailing at gmail.com> escreveu:
> When I create an EJB with Forge with the following command : 
> ejb-new-bean --named MyService
> I get the following : 
> @Stateless
> @LocalBean
> public class MyService implements Serializable
> In some cases, I would need to add an extra @Named annotation. Several ways to do it. On the EJB command itself, we could add a parameter : 
> ejb-new-bean --named MyService --addNamed
> But I think it would be good to have something more generic that could be used anywhere. We could use the same logic as constraint-add (that adds any kind of constraint on any Entity) and have something like
> cdi-add-qualifier --qualifier Named --target org.app.service.MyService
> // or on a property, which could be useful
> cdi-add-qualifier --qualifier Named --onProperty myProp
> cdi-add-qualifier --qualifier Named --onMethod myMethod
> Or something even more generic would be to use the Java command
> java-add-annotation --annotation javax.inject.Named --target org.app.service.MyService
> java-add-annotation --annotation javax.inject.Named --target org.app.service.MyService --onProperty myProp
> java-add-annotation --annotation javax.inject.Named --target org.app.service.MyService --onMethod myMethod
> java-add-annotation --annotation javax.inject.Named --onProperty myProp
> java-add-annotation --annotation javax.inject.Named --onMethod myMethod
> Any thoughts ?
> Antonio
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