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package org.jboss.weld.injection.spi;
A container should implement this interface to allow Weld to resolve EJB. EjbInjectionServices is a per-module service.

Author(s):
Pete Muir
Jozef Hartinger
public interface EjbInjectionServices extends Service {

    
Register an EJB injection point. The implementation validates the injection point. If the validation passes, an instance of ResourceReferenceFactory is returned which may be used at runtime for creating instances of the resource.

Parameters:
injectionPoint the injection point metadata
Returns:
EJB instance factory
Throws:
javax.enterprise.inject.spi.DefinitionException if the injection point is not annotated with @EJB, if the injection point is a method that doesn't follow JavaBean conventions or if the injection point type does not match the EJB type
java.lang.IllegalStateException if no suitable EJB can be resolved
Resolve the value for the given

Deprecated:
Instead of calling this method at runtime, Weld should register every EJB injection point at bootstrap using registerEjbInjectionPoint(javax.enterprise.inject.spi.InjectionPoint) and use the returned factory for producing injectable instances at runtime.
Parameters:
injectionPoint the injection point metadata
Returns:
an instance of the EJB
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if the injection point is not annotated with @EJB, or, if the injection point is a method that doesn't follow JavaBean conventions
EJB:
injection point.
    @Deprecated
    Object resolveEjb(InjectionPoint injectionPoint);
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