Tag Archives: CDI

Deployment of JBPM as a WAR/EAR in JBoss 7 – java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.ning.http.client.providers.netty.NettyAsyncHttpProvider

While deploying the jbpm-examples-rewards-jsf application in JBoss AS 7.1.1 I faced the following problem:

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Deployment of JBPM as a WAR/EAR in JBoss 7 – org.hibernate.InvalidMappingException

While trying to deploy the jbpm-examples-rewards-jsf application in JBoss AS 7.1.1 I faced the following problem:

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Deployment of JBPM as a WAR/EAR in JBoss 7 – org.jboss.weld.exceptions.DeploymentException: WELD-001409

The following problem was faced while deploying the jbpm-examples-rewards-jsf application in jboss-as-7.1.1.Final:

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CDI Unterstützung für Infinispan

Infinispan unterstützt CDI (Contexts and Dependency Injection) über das Modul infinispan-cdi. Das Modul ermöglicht sowohl den Infinispan-Cache zu konfigurieren als auch das Injizieren von Cache-Instanzen in CDI-Beans. Zusätzlich bietet das Modul eine partielle Unterstützung der JCache (JSR-107) Cache Annotationen.

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When to prefer EJB over CDI

While Contexts and Dependency Injection (JSR 299, CDI)  is becoming more and more popular, there is also some confusion about the usage of CDI and EJB. We are sometimes asked by our clients when to prefer one over the other. … Continue reading

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Java EE 7 (JSR-342) is final

With some lateness, the specification for Java EE 7 (JSR 342) went final today, about three years after the release of Java EE 6. Without cloud features and a caching API, it comes with a big support for building HTML5 … Continue reading

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Why Java EE Lost and Spring Won

Well, this is another very nice rant on JavaEE from Andrew C. Oliver, “cross ranting” on many levels and really calling for an epic shitstorm. Starting with “Real AJAX won”, “Seam / Spring Webflow are flops” and finally ranting on … Continue reading

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