Gartner and Java EE, BCE, Modular JSF, Monitoring, JAX-RS Refactoring or 39th airhacks.tv
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regarding to your action in your perceptor project to find a better way to intercept boundaries:
I came exactly to the same problem which is described in an airhacks question (see kgampe5 question https://gist.github.com/AdamBien/37aa198634f5b7227e64e2c7b16fd8d7 )
My conclusion to this was/is: Too bad that the most important component in BCE pattern (=boundary) is an EJB because it prevents me from writing CDI Extionsions to e.g. add Interceptors programatically to boundaries.
If you find a solution. Please give me a note.
Posted by Karsten on May 16, 2017 at 04:26 PM CEST #