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package javax.enterprise.inject.spi;

The container fires an event of this type for each observer method of each enabled bean, before registering the ObserverMethod object.

If any observer method of a ProcessObserverMethod event throws an exception, the exception is treated as a definition error by the container.

Parameters:
<T> The type of the event being observed
<X> The bean type containing the observer method
Author(s):
Gavin King
David Allen
See also:
ObserverMethod
// These parameters are the wrong way according to the spec, however Oracle/JCP
// compatibility rules require us to
// keep the wrong ordering
public interface ProcessObserverMethod<T, X> {
    
The AnnotatedMethod representing the observer method.

Returns:
the AnnotatedMethod representing the observer method
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException if called outside of the observer method invocation
    public AnnotatedMethod<X> getAnnotatedMethod();

    
The ObserverMethod object that will be used by the container to invoke the observer when a matching event is fired.

Returns:
the ObserverMethod object that will be used by the container to call the observer method
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException if called outside of the observer method invocation
    public ObserverMethod<T> getObserverMethod();

    
Registers a definition error with the container, causing the container to abort deployment after bean discovery is complete.

Parameters:
t A java.lang.Throwable representing the definition error
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException if called outside of the observer method invocation
    public void addDefinitionError(Throwable t);
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