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    This page details the designs for adding custom interceptors declaratively into JBossCache.


    UPDATED: See JBC3Config for details of all new config elements in JBoss Cache 3.x.






    The end goal is for users to be able to provide the following in their configurations:


    <attribute name="CustomInterceptors">
             <position first="true" ></position>
             <!-- could also be either of: 
                <position last="true" ></position>
                <position index="4" ></position>
                <position before="org.jboss.cache.interceptors.CallInterceptor" ></position>
                <position after="org.jboss.cache.interceptors.CallInterceptor" ></position>



    Custom interceptor design


    • Custom interceptors must extend org.jboss.cache.interceptors.CommandInterceptor.

    • Custom interceptors must declare a public, empty constructor to enable construction.

    • Custom interceptors will have any properties declared passed in as a Properties object, in CommandInterceptor's setProperties(Properties p) method.

    • Custom interceptors will not be able to participate in any lifecycle or injection (at this time).  Annotating methods as @Inject, @Start, @Stop or @Destroy will have no effect.