1 Reply Latest reply on May 28, 2009 4:11 PM by Pedro Sena

    Startup and Bijection

    Pedro Sena Newbie

      Hi Guys,


      I know that components annotated with @Startup do not work if bijection is required on it.


      I would like to know how to make something SIMILAR.


      I need to create a component that have its create(annotated with @Create) method executed just after seam startup. This components requires others Application-scoped components but I don't see a way to achieve this objective without making some direct call to this object.


      I would like to hear some ideas on how to implement this kind of component.


      Thanks in advance,


      Pedro Sena

        • 1. Re: Startup and Bijection
          Pedro Sena Newbie

          Ops,


          Actually, Startup and bijection works fine with you don't use some non-application nor non-stateless component.


          But I'm a little curious about its functionality.


          I created the component(component A) that I described above, it was consuming a Factory method that produces a application scope compoent, (this factory is in component B).


          It is working fine.


          In my component B, I also have a method annotated with @Factory that produces a Session scoped variable, but this method was not being invoked, but seam was complaining about the inexistence of the session context.


          Why it was complaining about it if I was not using it ? Is this the expectated behaviour?


          Thanks in advance,


          Pedro Sena