1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 28, 2012 11:07 AM by Jboss fan99

    rich:fileUpload listener called with JSF managed bean but not with CDI

    Jboss fan99 Newbie

      I have a simple xhtml file using rich:fileupload component. fileUploadListener specified doesn't work with CDI class i.e. with @Named and @javax.enterprise.context.SessionScoped. But same class works by using @ManagedBean and @javax.faces.bean.SessionScoped annotation. Ofcourse, CDI class is in my EJB project and ManagedBean class is Web project.

       

      I don't want to use @ManagedBean as all my JSF beans are using @Named and I want to use fileUpload in one of the existing classes.

       

      Any help will be appreciated. Below is the code:

       

      ----------------from XHTML file --------------------

      <h:form>

                        <rich:fileUpload fileUploadListener="#{testupload.listener}" id="fileUpload"

                          maxFilesQuantity="5"

                          ontyperejected="alert('Only JPG, GIF, PNG and BMP files are accepted');"

                          acceptedTypes="JPG,jpg"/>

      </h:form>

       

      ----------------- BELOW CODE DOESN"T WORK--------------------

      @Named("testupload")

      @javax.enterprise.context.SessionScoped

      public class TestFileUpload implements Serializable

      {

          public void listener(FileUploadEvent event) throws Exception

          {

          System.out.println("file has been uploaded..." + event.getUploadedFile().getName() +

          " file size " + event.getUploadedFile().getSize());

          }

       

      }

      ----------------- THIS ONE WORKS--------------------

      @ManagedBean(name="testupload")

      @javax.faces.bean.SessionScoped

      public class TestFileUpload implements Serializable

      {

          public void listener(FileUploadEvent event) throws Exception

          {

                    System.out.println("file has been uploaded..." + event.getUploadedFile().getName() +

                                        " file size " + event.getUploadedFile().getSize());

          }

       

      }