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 package javax.enterprise.inject.spi;

The container fires an event of this type for every injection point of every Java EE component class supporting injection that may be instantiated by the container at runtime, including every managed bean declared using javax.annotation.ManagedBean, EJB session or message-driven bean, enabled bean, enabled interceptor or enabled decorator.

Any observer of this event is permitted to wrap and/or replace the InjectionPoint. The container must use the final value of this property, after all observers have been called, he container must use the final value of this property, after all observers have been called, whenever it performs injection upon the injection point.

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

Parameters:
<X> the declared type of the injection point.
<T> the bean class of the bean that declares the injectoion point
Author(s):
Pete Muir
See also:
InjectionPoint
public interface ProcessInjectionPoint<T, X> {

    

Returns:
the InjectionPoint object that will be used by the container to perform injection
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException if called outside of the observer method invocation
    public InjectionPoint getInjectionPoint();

    
Replaces the InjectionPoint.

Parameters:
injectionPoint the new injection point
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalStateException if called outside of the observer method invocation
    public void setInjectionPoint(InjectionPoint injectionPoint);

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

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