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  • 1. @antoine_sd#CDIUni CDI University @antoine_sd Red Hat, http://cdi-spec.org CDI specification leader
  • 2. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Antoine Sabot-Durand •Senior Software Developer @Red Hat ! •Java & OSS : •CDI co-spec lead •CDI eco-system development •Tech Lead on Agorava ! •@antoine_sd •@cdispec
  • 3. @YourTwitterHandle#DVXFR14{session hashtag} @antoine_sd#CDIUni CDI basics
  • 4. @antoine_sd#CDIUni •CDI is a lot of things •Java EE IoC standard also working on Java SE •Context management •Observer pattern included •The « cement » between most Java EE spec •An evolution engine for Java EE thanks to portable extensions •All of this based on java strong typing Context & Dependency Injection
  • 5. @antoine_sd#CDIUni CDI history & actual state •Main milestone : •December 2009 : CDI 1.0 •June 2013 : CDI 1.1 •April 2014 : CDI 1.2 •Summer 2014 : CDI 2.0 development starting •Implementations : •JBoss Weld (RI) : WildFly, JBoss EAP, Glassfish, Weblogic •Apache OpenWebBeans : TomEE, Websphere •Check http://cdi-spec.org
  • 6. @antoine_sd#CDIUni CDI activated by default in Java EE 7 •In Java EE 6, you must add a beans.xml file to your archive •No need to in Java EE 7 but you can still to have an explicit activation (behave differently) beans.xml
  • 7. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Bean •In Java EE 6 everything is a Managed Bean •Managed beans are basic components •They are managed by the container •They all have a lifecycle •They can be intercepted (AOP) •They can be injected •Accessible from outside CDI code.
  • 8. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Dependency Injection @Inject
  • 9. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Hello World!";!     }! } Dependency Injection
  • 10. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     private HelloService service;! !     @Inject!     public MyBean(HelloService service) {!         this.service = service;!     }!     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! } Dependency Injection in constructor
  • 11. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     private HelloService service;! !     @Inject!     public void setService(HelloService service) {!         this.service = service;!     }!     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! } Dependency Injection in setter
  • 12. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     @Inject HelloService service;! !     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! } Dependency Injection in field
  • 13. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public interface HelloService {!     public String hello();! }! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Bonjour tout le monde!";!     }! }! public class EnglishHelloService implements HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Hello World!";!     }! } Qualifiers
  • 14. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Qualifier! @Retention(RUNTIME)! @Target({FIELD, TYPE, METHOD, PARAMETER}) ! public @interface French {}! ! @Qualifier! @Retention(RUNTIME)! @Target({FIELD, TYPE, METHOD, PARAMETER}) ! public @interface English {} Qualifiers
  • 15. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @French! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Bonjour tout le monde!";!     }! }! ! @English! public class EnglishHelloService implements HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Hello World!";!     }! } Qualifiers
  • 16. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {!     @Inject @French HelloService service;!     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! }! public class MyBean {!     @Inject @English HelloService service;!     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! } Qualifiers
  • 17. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Qualifier! @Retention(RUNTIME)! @Target({FIELD, TYPE, METHOD, PARAMETER}) ! public @interface Language {! !     Languages value();! ! @Nonbinding String description() default "";! !     public enum Languages { !         FRENCH, ENGLISH!     }! } Qualifiers with members
  • 18. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Language(FRENCH)! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Bonjour tout le monde!";!     }! }! @Language(ENGLISH)! public class EnglishHelloService implements HelloService {!     public String hello() {!         return "Hello World!";!     }! } Qualifiers
  • 19. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {!     @Inject @Language(ENGLISH) HelloService service;!     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! }! ! public class MyBean {!     @Inject @Language(FRENCH) HelloService service;!     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! } Qualifiers
  • 20. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {!     @Inject @French ! HelloService service;! }! ! @French @Console @Secured! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {! ! } Qualifiers
  • 21. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {!     @Inject @French @Console! HelloService service;! }! ! @French @Console @Secured! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {! ! } Qualifiers
  • 22. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {!     @Inject @French @Console @Secured ! HelloService service;! }! ! @French @Console @Secured! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {! ! } Qualifiers
  • 23. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {!     @Inject @French @Console @Secured ! HelloService service;! }! ! @French @Secured! public class FrenchHelloService implements HelloService {! ! } Qualifiers
  • 24. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Reserved Qualifiers @Default! @Any! @Named
  • 25. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     @Inject Instance<HelloService> service;! !     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.get().hello() );!     }! } Programmatic lookup
  • 26. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     @Inject Instance<HelloService> service;! !     public void displayHello() {!         if (!service.isUnsatisfied()) {!             display( service.get().hello() );!         }!     }! } Programmatic lookup
  • 27. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     @Inject @Any Instance<HelloService> services;! !     public void displayHello() {!         for (HelloService service : services) {!             display( service.hello() );!         }!     }! } Programmatic lookup
  • 28. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class MyBean {! !     @Inject @Any Instance<HelloService> services;! !     public void displayHello() {!         display( !             service.select(! new AnnotationLiteral()<French> {})!                 .get() );!     }! } Programmatic lookup
  • 29. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Contexts •Manage bean lifecycle •context helps container to choose when a bean should be generated and destroyed •it enforces the fact that a given bean is a singleton for a given context •Built-in CDI contexts : •@Dependent (default) •@RequestScoped •@SessionScoped •@ConversationScoped •@ApplicationScoped •@Singleton •You can create your own scope
  • 30. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @SessionScoped! public class CartBean {! !     public void addItem(Item item) {! ...!     } ! } Contexts
  • 31. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @ApplicationScoped! public class CartBean {! !     public void addItem(Item item) {! ...!     } ! } Contexts FAIL !!!
  • 32. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @ConversationScoped! public class CartBean {! !     public void addItem(Item item) {! ...!     } ! } Contexts
  • 33. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @ThreadScoped! public class CartBean {! !     public void addItem(Item item) {! ...!     } ! } Contexts
  • 34. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @HourScoped! public class CartBean {! !     public void addItem(Item item) {! ...!     } ! } Contexts
  • 35. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @RandomScoped! public class CartBean {! !     public void addItem(Item item) {! ...!     } ! } Contexts
  • 36. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Produces! public MyNonCDIClass myProducer() {! return new MyNonCdiClass();! }! ...! @Inject! MyNonCDIClass bean;! Producers
  • 37. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Produces! @RequestScoped! public FacesContext produceFacesContext() {! return FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();! } Producers
  • 38. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Produces! public Logger produceLog(InjectionPoint injectionPoint) {! return Logger.getLogger(injectionPoint.getMember().getDeclaringClass().getName());! } Producers
  • 39. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Decorator! @Priority(Interceptor.Priority.APPLICATION)! public class HelloDecorator implements HelloService {! !     @Inject @Delegate HelloService service;! !     public String hello() {!         return service.hello() + "-decorated";!     }! } Decorators
  • 40. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @InterceptorBinding! @Target({METHOD, TYPE}) ! @Retention(RUNTIME)! public @interface Loggable {} Interceptors
  • 41. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Interceptor @Loggable ! public class LogInterceptor {!   @AroundInvoke!   public Object log(InvocationContext ic) throws Exception {!    System.out.println("Entering " + ic.getMethod().getName());!         try {!             return ic.proceed(); !         } finally {!             System.out.println("Exiting " + ic.getMethod().getName());!         }!     } ! } Interceptors
  • 42. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Loggable! public class MyBean {! !     @Inject HelloService service;! !     public void displayHello() {!         display( service.hello();!     }! } Interceptors
  • 43. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Inject Event<Post> evt;! ! …! ! evt.fire(new Post("John Doe ", "Hello", ));! ! …! ! public void receiveEvt(@Observes Post evt) {!     System.out.println("Received : " + evt.message());! } Events
  • 44. @YourTwitterHandle#DVXFR14{session hashtag} @antoine_sd#CDIUni CDI extension
  • 45. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Extension for what use ? •To change CDI container meta-data: •AnnotatedType •InjectionPoint / InjectionTarget •BeanAttributes/Beans •Producer •Observer ! •By observing the events triggered by CDI at boot time
  • 46. @antoine_sd#CDIUni How to build a CDI extension •Create a class implementing javax.enterprise.inject.spi.Extension ! •Add some method that observes CDI lifecycle events to modify Bean Manager meta data ! •Add file :
 META-INF/services/javax.enterprise.inject.spi.Extension
 containing extension classname
  • 47. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public interface ProcessAnnotatedType<X> {
 ! public AnnotatedType<X> getAnnotatedType();
 
 public void setAnnotatedType(AnnotatedType<X> type);
 
 public void veto();
 } ! public interface AnnotatedType<X> extends Annotated {
 
 public Class<X> getJavaClass();
 
 public Set<AnnotatedConstructor<X>> getConstructors();
 
 public Set<AnnotatedMethod<? super X>> getMethods();
 
 public Set<AnnotatedField<? super X>> getFields();
 For Instance •We can observe ProcessAnnotatedType event to change a type information or force the container to ignore it.
  • 48. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class VetoEntity implements Extension {
 /**
 * Version CDI 1.0
 */
 public void vetoEntityLegacy(@Observes ProcessAnnotatedType<?> pat) {
 AnnotatedType at = pat.getAnnotatedType();
 if (at.isAnnotationPresent(Entity.class))
 pat.veto(); 
 } /**
 * Version CDI 1.1+
 */
 public void vetoEntity(@Observes @WithAnnotations({Entity.class})ProcessAnnotatedType<?> pat) {
 pat.veto(); 
 } } Example 1 : Ignoring JPA entities •A commonly admitted good practice is to avoid using JPA entities as CDI beans. •This extension excludes entities from the set of types discovered by CDI.
  • 49. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Things to know •Once application is bootstrapped, the Bean Manager is in read only mode (no dynamic bean registration) ! •Extensions are launched during bootstrap and are based on CDI events ! •You only have to @Observes built-in CDI event to create your extensions
  • 50. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Example 2 : Add a Bean to CDI container •There are many ways to add a bean to those automatically discovered at boot time ! •The easier method is to add an AnnotatedType to those discovered by CDI.
  • 51. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class HashMapAsBeanExtension implements Extension{
 
 public void addHashMapAsAnnotatedType(@Observes BeforeBeanDiscovery bbd, BeanManager beanManager)
 {
 bbd.addAnnotatedType(beanManager.createAnnotatedType(HashMap.class));
 } 
 } Adding a HashMap Bean 1/2 •Observing BeforeBeanDiscovery event we can add a new AnnotatedType based on HashMap classe.
  • 52. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @Decorator
 @Priority(Interceptor.Priority.APPLICATION)
 public abstract class MapDecorator implements Map{
 
 @Inject
 @Delegate
 Map delegate;
 
 @Override
 public Object put(Object key, Object value) {
 System.out.println("------- Putting Something in the Map -----------");
 if ("key".equals(key)) {
 System.out.println("==== Not adding key key ======");
 return null;
 } 
 return delegate.put(key,value);
 }
 } Adding a HashMap Bean 2/2 •Once created we can add CDI service on this HashMap bean. See that Decorator.
  • 53. @antoine_sd#CDIUni CDI 1.1 Lifecycle Before Bean Discovery Process Bean Process Annotated Type Scan Archive Application Running After Deployment Validation Before Shutdown Undeploy Application Process Producer After Bean Discovery Process Injection Target Process Observer Method Process Injection Point Process Bean Attributes After Type Discovery événement unique événements multiples étape interne Deployment starts Bean eligibility check
  • 54. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Scheduler Extension1/4 •This extension example comes from Apache Deltaspike project. It’s a simplified version. ! •We want to be able to schedule jobs from by using annotation @Schedule.
  • 55. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public class SchedulerExtension implements Extension {
 private List<Class> foundManagedJobClasses = new ArrayList<Class>();
 private Scheduler scheduler;
 
 public <X> void findScheduledJobs(@Observes @WithAnnotations({ Scheduled.class }) ProcessAnnotatedType<X> pat) {
 Class<X> beanClass = pat.getAnnotatedType().getJavaClass();
 this.foundManagedJobClasses.add(beanClass);
 }
 
 public <X> void scheduleJobs(@Observes AfterBeanDiscovery afterBeanDiscovery, BeanManager beanManager) {
 initScheduler(afterBeanDiscovery)
 List<String> foundJobNames = new ArrayList<String>();
 for (Class jobClass : this.foundManagedJobClasses) {
 foundJobNames.add(jobClass.getSimpleName());
 this.scheduler.registerNewJob(jobClass);
 }
 }
 
 public <X> void stopScheduler(@Observes BeforeShutdown beforeShutdown) {
 if (this.scheduler != null) {
 this.scheduler.stop();
 this.scheduler = null;
 }
 } private void initScheduler(AfterBeanDiscovery afterBeanDiscovery) {
 this.scheduler = new QuartzScheduler();
 this.scheduler.start();
 } } Scheduler extension 2/4 (extension code)
  • 56. @antoine_sd#CDIUni Steps used in the extension Before Bean Discovery Process Bean Process Annotated Type Scan Archive Application Running After Deployment Validation Before Shutdown Undeploy Application Process Producer After Bean Discovery Process Injection Target Process Observer Method Process Injection Point Process Bean Attributes After Type Discovery occurs once occurs on each elt Internal step w/o hook Deployment starts Bean eligibility check
  • 57. @antoine_sd#CDIUni public interface Scheduler<T>
 {
 void start();
 
 void stop();
 
 void pauseJob(Class<? extends T> jobClass);
 
 void resumeJob(Class<? extends T> jobClass);
 
 void interruptJob(Class<? extends T> jobClass);
 
 boolean isExecutingJob(Class<? extends T> jobClass);
 
 void registerNewJob(Class<? extends T> jobClass);
 
 void startJobManually(Class<? extends T> jobClass);
 
 <S> S unwrap(Class<? extends S> schedulerClass);
 } Scheduler Extension 3/4 (scheduler interface)
  • 58. @antoine_sd#CDIUni @ApplicationScoped
 public class SchedulerProducer
 {
 @Inject
 private SchedulerExtension schedulerExtension;
 
 @Produces
 @ApplicationScoped
 protected Scheduler produceScheduler()
 {
 return this.schedulerExtension.getScheduler();
 }
 } Scheduler extension 4/4 (scheduler producer)