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package org.jboss.weld.manager.api;
A builder that allows a customized WeldInjectionTarget instance to be created.

By default, the returned WeldInjectionTargetBuilder instance will support:

  • resource injection (e.g. @Resource, @EJB)
  • decorators, as long as bean is set
  • lifecycle and around-invoke interceptors
  • target class lifecycle interceptor callbacks
Each of these capabilities may be disabled by calling a corresponding set*Enabled(false) method.

Author(s):
Jozef Hartinger
public interface WeldInjectionTargetBuilder<T> {

    
Enables/disables resource injection in the resulting WeldInjectionTargetBuilder. By default, this feature is enabled.

Returns:
the builder
    WeldInjectionTargetBuilder<T> setResourceInjectionEnabled(boolean value);

    
Enables/disables target class lifecycle callback in the resulting WeldInjectionTargetBuilder. By default, this feature is enabled.

Returns:
the builder
Enables/disables interception support in the resulting WeldInjectionTargetBuilder. By default, this feature is enabled.

Returns:
the builder
    WeldInjectionTargetBuilder<T> setInterceptionEnabled(boolean value);

    
Enables/disables decoration support in the resulting WeldInjectionTargetBuilder. By default, this feature is enabled as long as the bean is set.

Returns:
the builder
    WeldInjectionTargetBuilder<T> setDecorationEnabled(boolean value);

    
Sets the bean that the resulting WeldInjectionTarget corresponds to. This is an optional attribute of a WeldInjectionTarget and it is ok to leave this unset for any non-contextual component.

Parameters:
bean the specified bean
Returns:
the builder
    WeldInjectionTargetBuilder<T> setBean(Bean<T> bean);

    
Returns a newly-created WeldInjectionTarget based on the contents of this builder.
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