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 package org.apache.tuscany.sca.implementation.spring.context.tie;
 
 import java.net.URL;
 import java.util.List;
 
This is the runtime side tie for the corresponding tuscany side stub class. It enables the Tuscany code to invoke methods on a Spring context without needing to know about any Spring classes. See the SpringContextStub class in the implementation-spring module for what the stub does.
 
 public class SpringContextTie {
 
 
     public SpringContextTie(SpringImplementationStub implementationList<URLresource) {
         this. = implementation;
         SCAParentApplicationContext scaParentContext = new SCAParentApplicationContext(implementation);
          = createApplicationContext(scaParentContextresource);
     }
     
         return ;
     }
 
     public void start() {
         // Do refresh here to ensure that Spring Beans are not touched before the SCA config process is complete...
         .refresh();
         .start();
     }
 
     public void close() {
         .close();
         if ( instanceof GenericApplicationContext) {
             .stop();
         }
     }

    
Include BeanPostProcessor to deal with SCA Annotations in Spring Bean
 
                                                                 List<URLresources) {
 
         GenericApplicationContext appCtx =
             new SCAGenericApplicationContext(scaParentContext.getClassLoader());
         XmlBeanDefinitionReader xmlReader = new XmlBeanDefinitionReader(appCtx);
         
         // REVIEW: [rfeng] How do we control the schema validation 
         xmlReader.setValidating(false);
         
         for (URL resource : resources) {
             xmlReader.loadBeanDefinitions(new UrlResource(resource));
         }
         xmlReader.setBeanClassLoader(.getClassLoader());
         includeAnnotationProcessors(appCtx.getBeanFactory());
         return appCtx;
 
     }
 
     public Object getBean(String idthrows BeansException {
         return .getBean(id);
     }

    
Include BeanPostProcessor to deal with SCA Annotations in Spring Bean
    private void includeAnnotationProcessors(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
        // Processor to deal with @Init and @Destroy SCA Annotations
        BeanPostProcessor initDestroyProcessor = new InitDestroyAnnotationProcessor();
        beanFactory.addBeanPostProcessor(initDestroyProcessor);
        // Processor to deal with @Reference SCA Annotations
        ComponentStub component = new ComponentStub(.getComponentTie());
        BeanPostProcessor referenceProcessor = new ReferenceAnnotationProcessor(component);
        beanFactory.addBeanPostProcessor(referenceProcessor);
        // Processor to deal with @Property SCA Annotations
        BeanPostProcessor propertyProcessor = new PropertyAnnotationProcessor(pvs);
        beanFactory.addBeanPostProcessor(propertyProcessor);
        // Processor to deal with @ComponentName SCA Annotations
        BeanPostProcessor componentNameProcessor =
        beanFactory.addBeanPostProcessor(componentNameProcessor);
        // Processor to deal with @Constructor SCA Annotations
        BeanPostProcessor constructorProcessor = new ConstructorAnnotationProcessor();
        beanFactory.addBeanPostProcessor(constructorProcessor);
    }
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