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package org.osgi.service.blueprint.reflect;
Metadata for managed components. This is the base type for BeanMetadata, ServiceMetadata and ServiceReferenceMetadata.

Version:
$Id: b61e96280d8aa5652281f179d1ae98428172f7e7 $
ThreadSafe:
public interface ComponentMetadata extends NonNullMetadata {

The component's manager must eagerly activate the component.

See also:
getActivation()
	static final int	ACTIVATION_EAGER	= 1;

The component's manager must lazily activate the component.

See also:
getActivation()
	static final int	ACTIVATION_LAZY		= 2;

Return the id of the component.

Returns:
The id of the component. The component id can be null if this is an anonymously defined and/or inlined component.
Return the activation strategy for the component. This is specified by the activation attribute of a component definition. If this is not set, then the default-activation in the blueprint element is used. If that is also not set, then the activation strategy is ACTIVATION_EAGER.

Returns:
The activation strategy for the component.
See also:
ACTIVATION_EAGER
ACTIVATION_LAZY
	int getActivation();

Return the ids of any components listed in a depends-on attribute for the component.

Returns:
An immutable List of component ids that are explicitly declared as a dependency, or an empty List if none.
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