0 Replies Latest reply on Mar 12, 2009 9:34 AM by ryan chambers

    have interceptors fire when calling ejb3 web service method

    ryan chambers Newbie

      It's easiest to explain by giving an example. I have an EJB3 stateless session / web method annotated with interceptors:

      @Interceptors({a.class, b.class})
      @WebMethod
      public String processService(String request)
      


      Now I need to create another method that, instead of returning a String, returns a more complex object, ie. But the more complex Object can be created using a String from calling processService(), ie.

      @WebMethod
      public ComplexObject processServiceComplex(String request) {
       return new ComplexObject(processService(request));
      }


      But when I do this (implementing processServiceComplex in the same class as processService), the interceptors for processService don't fire. Is there any way I can get them to fire? I can't use all the interceptors on processServiceComplex, because some of them expect a String as the return value. I also want both methods to be available in the same web services interface, although they don't necessarily need to be in the same class. Basically, I want to re-use the interceptors if possible. Is there any way to do this?

      Thanks