Stripes Injection Enricher enriches Stripes objects by satisfying injection points specified declaratively using annotations.
There are three injection-based enrichers provided by Stripes Injection Enricher out of the box:
- @Resource - Java EE resource injections
- @EJB - EJB session bean reference injections
- @Inject - CDI injections
The first two enrichers use JNDI to lookup the instance to inject.
The CDI injections are handled by treating the Stripes object as a bean capable of receiving standard CDI injections.
The @Resource annotation gives you access to any object which is available via JNDI.
It follows the standard rules for @Resource (as defined in the Section 2.3 of the Common Annotations for the Java Platform specification).
The @EJB annotation performs a JNDI lookup for the EJB session bean reference using portable global JNDI names.
If no matching beans were found in those locations the injection will fail.
However you can manually set the JNDI name to lookup using the mappedName attribute for @EJB, as well as the mappedName and name attributes for @Resource:
In order for CDI injections to work, the web archive must be a bean archive. That means adding beans.xml (can be empty) to the WEB-INF directory.
Add Stripes Injection Enricher dependency to your project:
Add Stripes Injection Enricher to Stripes Extension.Packages property:
Stripes Injection Enricher requires a Java EE 6-compliant application server providing support for JSR-299 (CDI).
It has been tested with the following application servers:
- JBoss AS 6
- JBoss AS 7
- GlassFish 3.1