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Ales Justin

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Recent posts by Ales Justin

jim cato wrote:
In this case, would I not be writing applications that are locked in to JBoss?


No.
You still just code against POJOs -- the default component model in MC.
Others are MBeans or OSGi services (which are again just POJOs).
So, as you can see, no JBoss lock-in what-so-ever.

And with the component model abstraction, you can easily support any future model.
e.g. Weld, Guice, Spring, ...
12 years ago

jim cato wrote:
But how does this benefit developers; how can application developers make use of the JBoss IOC model to develop better applications?
And why would they do this instead of just writing standard applications with other IOC frameworks, i.e. what benefit does developing a JBoss service bring?


This is one of the main reasons we decided to do our own IoC:
* http://soa.dzone.com/articles/a-look-inside-jboss-microconta

Atm we're working on (transparently) adding OSGi services to the mix as well:
* http://jaxlondon.com/conferences/trackssessions/?tid=1453#session-13375
* http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/jbossas/projects/jboss-osgi/projects/runtime/framework/trunk/src/test/java/org/jboss/test/osgi/service/ServiceMixUnitTestCase.java
12 years ago
I'm using IntelliJ IDEA and had the same problems.
I was switching project settings a lot and at one time it stopped working.
I then created new project space from scratch and it worked normally again.
Any luck with this async call?

Is there some code example to see?

Thanx, Ales
17 years ago