[seam-issues] [JBoss JIRA] (SOLDER-338) Solder can't still inject HttpServletRequest
Adam Lukaszewski (JIRA)
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Mon Jan 14 14:19:21 EST 2013
Adam Lukaszewski created SOLDER-338:
Summary: Solder can't still inject HttpServletRequest
Issue Type: Bug
Affects Versions: 3.1.0.Final
Environment: JBoss 7.1.1
Reporter: Adam Lukaszewski
Executing identity.logout will cause an java.lang.IllegalStateException: Attempted to inject an HttpSession before it has been initialized.
Before I go into more details I would like to describe some of the main findings on that issue and objectives that I want to establish. Since I am working on an bigger j2ee project, I decided to package the application as ear. One of the further claims was to include a web framework that can ease some of the repetitive tasks that developers are faced programming this kind applications. I have made my choice: Seam 3.x.x should be the one!
With this ideas in mind I started to develop a small ear application with embedded seam (which should be the starting point of the adventure). Everything seams to work perfectly until I have been playing a little bit around with the seam-booking example. In order to understand seam and its opportunities better I have decided to port the seam-booking app into my ear structure. Everything worked very well until I started to implement the authentication mechanism. Logging out from the system causes the above exception.
Although I have found a solder-issue (solder-311) and a forum post (https://community.jboss.org/message/735049) I could not find any solution (completely equal to my problem). The issue suggests to update to solder-3.1.1 which should fix the problem but it doesn't!
Since I have got some deeper insights of packaging seam into an ear project I would like to share this intermediate results (maybe to come to a solution).
Attached you will find two projects.
multi_ear_solder_3_1_0.zip and multi_ear_solder_3_1_1.zip.
Both projects are ear applications with some (unfinished) business logic from the seam-booking example. The difference, as you maybe expect, is the solder version I am using. Hitting the localhost:8080/multi-web should bring you to the app. Login as shane (password: 12345) and try to logout again by clicking the logout link, then you will see the error regardless which seam version you use.
Although, I think that seam is a perfect artifact in that context my development progress stops through this problem. Does anyone have an idea how to figure this issue out? Do you think that the authentication module is only effected by this problem or will be there also some issues with the other modules (like remote, social, jsf,...)? I think the latter one is to be expected, isn't it?
A appreciate any kind of help.
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