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package javax.enterprise.inject.spi;

Represents an enabled interceptor.

Parameters:
<T> the interceptor bean class
Author(s):
Gavin King
Pete Muir
David Allen
public interface Interceptor<T> extends Bean<T> {

    

Obtains the interceptor bindings of the interceptor.

Returns:
the set of interceptor bindings
    public Set<AnnotationgetInterceptorBindings();

    

Determines if the interceptor intercepts the specified kind of lifecycle callback or method invocation.

Parameters:
type the kind of interception
Returns:
returns true if the interceptor intercepts callbacks or business methods of the given type, and false otherwise.
    public boolean intercepts(InterceptionType type);

    

Invokes the specified kind of lifecycle callback or method invocation interception upon the given interceptor instance.

Parameters:
type the kind of interception
instance the interceptor instance to invoke
ctx the context for the invocation
Returns:
the invocation return value
Throws:
java.lang.Exception thrown by the target method and/or the following interceptors in the chain
    public Object intercept(InterceptionType type, T instanceInvocationContext ctxthrows Exception;
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