Java Code Examples for org.springframework.core.PriorityOrdered

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Example 1
/**
 * Abstract method defining "autowire by type" (bean properties by type) behavior.
 * <p>This is like PicoContainer default, in which there must be exactly one bean
 * of the property type in the bean factory. This makes bean factories simple to
 * configure for small namespaces, but doesn't work as well as standard Spring
 * behavior for bigger applications.
 * @param beanName the name of the bean to autowire by type
 * @param mbd the merged bean definition to update through autowiring
 * @param bw the BeanWrapper from which we can obtain information about the bean
 * @param pvs the PropertyValues to register wired objects with
 */
protected void autowireByType(
		String beanName, AbstractBeanDefinition mbd, BeanWrapper bw, MutablePropertyValues pvs) {

	TypeConverter converter = getCustomTypeConverter();
	if (converter == null) {
		converter = bw;
	}

	Set<String> autowiredBeanNames = new LinkedHashSet<>(4);
	String[] propertyNames = unsatisfiedNonSimpleProperties(mbd, bw);
	for (String propertyName : propertyNames) {
		try {
			PropertyDescriptor pd = bw.getPropertyDescriptor(propertyName);
			// Don't try autowiring by type for type Object: never makes sense,
			// even if it technically is a unsatisfied, non-simple property.
			if (Object.class != pd.getPropertyType()) {
				MethodParameter methodParam = BeanUtils.getWriteMethodParameter(pd);
				// Do not allow eager init for type matching in case of a prioritized post-processor.
				boolean eager = !PriorityOrdered.class.isInstance(bw.getWrappedInstance());
				DependencyDescriptor desc = new AutowireByTypeDependencyDescriptor(methodParam, eager);
				Object autowiredArgument = resolveDependency(desc, beanName, autowiredBeanNames, converter);
				if (autowiredArgument != null) {
					pvs.add(propertyName, autowiredArgument);
				}
				for (String autowiredBeanName : autowiredBeanNames) {
					registerDependentBean(autowiredBeanName, beanName);
					if (logger.isTraceEnabled()) {
						logger.trace("Autowiring by type from bean name '" + beanName + "' via property '" +
								propertyName + "' to bean named '" + autowiredBeanName + "'");
					}
				}
				autowiredBeanNames.clear();
			}
		}
		catch (BeansException ex) {
			throw new UnsatisfiedDependencyException(mbd.getResourceDescription(), beanName, propertyName, ex);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Abstract method defining "autowire by type" (bean properties by type) behavior.
 * <p>This is like PicoContainer default, in which there must be exactly one bean
 * of the property type in the bean factory. This makes bean factories simple to
 * configure for small namespaces, but doesn't work as well as standard Spring
 * behavior for bigger applications.
 * @param beanName the name of the bean to autowire by type
 * @param mbd the merged bean definition to update through autowiring
 * @param bw the BeanWrapper from which we can obtain information about the bean
 * @param pvs the PropertyValues to register wired objects with
 */
protected void autowireByType(
		String beanName, AbstractBeanDefinition mbd, BeanWrapper bw, MutablePropertyValues pvs) {

	TypeConverter converter = getCustomTypeConverter();
	if (converter == null) {
		converter = bw;
	}

	Set<String> autowiredBeanNames = new LinkedHashSet<>(4);
	String[] propertyNames = unsatisfiedNonSimpleProperties(mbd, bw);
	for (String propertyName : propertyNames) {
		try {
			PropertyDescriptor pd = bw.getPropertyDescriptor(propertyName);
			// Don't try autowiring by type for type Object: never makes sense,
			// even if it technically is a unsatisfied, non-simple property.
			if (Object.class != pd.getPropertyType()) {
				MethodParameter methodParam = BeanUtils.getWriteMethodParameter(pd);
				// Do not allow eager init for type matching in case of a prioritized post-processor.
				boolean eager = !PriorityOrdered.class.isInstance(bw.getWrappedInstance());
				DependencyDescriptor desc = new AutowireByTypeDependencyDescriptor(methodParam, eager);
				Object autowiredArgument = resolveDependency(desc, beanName, autowiredBeanNames, converter);
				if (autowiredArgument != null) {
					pvs.add(propertyName, autowiredArgument);
				}
				for (String autowiredBeanName : autowiredBeanNames) {
					registerDependentBean(autowiredBeanName, beanName);
					if (logger.isTraceEnabled()) {
						logger.trace("Autowiring by type from bean name '" + beanName + "' via property '" +
								propertyName + "' to bean named '" + autowiredBeanName + "'");
					}
				}
				autowiredBeanNames.clear();
			}
		}
		catch (BeansException ex) {
			throw new UnsatisfiedDependencyException(mbd.getResourceDescription(), beanName, propertyName, ex);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Abstract method defining "autowire by type" (bean properties by type) behavior.
 * <p>This is like PicoContainer default, in which there must be exactly one bean
 * of the property type in the bean factory. This makes bean factories simple to
 * configure for small namespaces, but doesn't work as well as standard Spring
 * behavior for bigger applications.
 * @param beanName the name of the bean to autowire by type
 * @param mbd the merged bean definition to update through autowiring
 * @param bw BeanWrapper from which we can obtain information about the bean
 * @param pvs the PropertyValues to register wired objects with
 */
protected void autowireByType(
		String beanName, AbstractBeanDefinition mbd, BeanWrapper bw, MutablePropertyValues pvs) {

	TypeConverter converter = getCustomTypeConverter();
	if (converter == null) {
		converter = bw;
	}

	Set<String> autowiredBeanNames = new LinkedHashSet<String>(4);
	String[] propertyNames = unsatisfiedNonSimpleProperties(mbd, bw);
	for (String propertyName : propertyNames) {
		try {
			PropertyDescriptor pd = bw.getPropertyDescriptor(propertyName);
			// Don't try autowiring by type for type Object: never makes sense,
			// even if it technically is a unsatisfied, non-simple property.
			if (Object.class != pd.getPropertyType()) {
				MethodParameter methodParam = BeanUtils.getWriteMethodParameter(pd);
				// Do not allow eager init for type matching in case of a prioritized post-processor.
				boolean eager = !PriorityOrdered.class.isAssignableFrom(bw.getWrappedClass());
				DependencyDescriptor desc = new AutowireByTypeDependencyDescriptor(methodParam, eager);
				Object autowiredArgument = resolveDependency(desc, beanName, autowiredBeanNames, converter);
				if (autowiredArgument != null) {
					pvs.add(propertyName, autowiredArgument);
				}
				for (String autowiredBeanName : autowiredBeanNames) {
					registerDependentBean(autowiredBeanName, beanName);
					if (logger.isDebugEnabled()) {
						logger.debug("Autowiring by type from bean name '" + beanName + "' via property '" +
								propertyName + "' to bean named '" + autowiredBeanName + "'");
					}
				}
				autowiredBeanNames.clear();
			}
		}
		catch (BeansException ex) {
			throw new UnsatisfiedDependencyException(mbd.getResourceDescription(), beanName, propertyName, ex);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Abstract method defining "autowire by type" (bean properties by type) behavior.
 * <p>This is like PicoContainer default, in which there must be exactly one bean
 * of the property type in the bean factory. This makes bean factories simple to
 * configure for small namespaces, but doesn't work as well as standard Spring
 * behavior for bigger applications.
 * @param beanName the name of the bean to autowire by type
 * @param mbd the merged bean definition to update through autowiring
 * @param bw BeanWrapper from which we can obtain information about the bean
 * @param pvs the PropertyValues to register wired objects with
 */
protected void autowireByType(
		String beanName, AbstractBeanDefinition mbd, BeanWrapper bw, MutablePropertyValues pvs) {

	TypeConverter converter = getCustomTypeConverter();
	if (converter == null) {
		converter = bw;
	}

	Set<String> autowiredBeanNames = new LinkedHashSet<String>(4);
	String[] propertyNames = unsatisfiedNonSimpleProperties(mbd, bw);
	for (String propertyName : propertyNames) {
		try {
			PropertyDescriptor pd = bw.getPropertyDescriptor(propertyName);
			// Don't try autowiring by type for type Object: never makes sense,
			// even if it technically is a unsatisfied, non-simple property.
			if (!Object.class.equals(pd.getPropertyType())) {
				MethodParameter methodParam = BeanUtils.getWriteMethodParameter(pd);
				// Do not allow eager init for type matching in case of a prioritized post-processor.
				boolean eager = !PriorityOrdered.class.isAssignableFrom(bw.getWrappedClass());
				DependencyDescriptor desc = new AutowireByTypeDependencyDescriptor(methodParam, eager);
				Object autowiredArgument = resolveDependency(desc, beanName, autowiredBeanNames, converter);
				if (autowiredArgument != null) {
					pvs.add(propertyName, autowiredArgument);
				}
				for (String autowiredBeanName : autowiredBeanNames) {
					registerDependentBean(autowiredBeanName, beanName);
					if (logger.isDebugEnabled()) {
						logger.debug("Autowiring by type from bean name '" + beanName + "' via property '" +
								propertyName + "' to bean named '" + autowiredBeanName + "'");
					}
				}
				autowiredBeanNames.clear();
			}
		}
		catch (BeansException ex) {
			throw new UnsatisfiedDependencyException(mbd.getResourceDescription(), beanName, propertyName, ex);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Abstract method defining "autowire by type" (bean properties by type) behavior.
 * <p>This is like PicoContainer default, in which there must be exactly one bean
 * of the property type in the bean factory. This makes bean factories simple to
 * configure for small namespaces, but doesn't work as well as standard Spring
 * behavior for bigger applications.
 * @param beanName the name of the bean to autowire by type
 * @param mbd the merged bean definition to update through autowiring
 * @param bw BeanWrapper from which we can obtain information about the bean
 * @param pvs the PropertyValues to register wired objects with
 */
protected void autowireByType(
		String beanName, AbstractBeanDefinition mbd, BeanWrapper bw, MutablePropertyValues pvs) {

	TypeConverter converter = getCustomTypeConverter();
	if (converter == null) {
		converter = bw;
	}

	Set<String> autowiredBeanNames = new LinkedHashSet<String>(4);
	String[] propertyNames = unsatisfiedNonSimpleProperties(mbd, bw);
	for (String propertyName : propertyNames) {
		try {
			PropertyDescriptor pd = bw.getPropertyDescriptor(propertyName);
			// Don't try autowiring by type for type Object: never makes sense,
			// even if it technically is a unsatisfied, non-simple property.
			if (Object.class != pd.getPropertyType()) {
				MethodParameter methodParam = BeanUtils.getWriteMethodParameter(pd);
				// Do not allow eager init for type matching in case of a prioritized post-processor.
				boolean eager = !PriorityOrdered.class.isAssignableFrom(bw.getWrappedClass());
				DependencyDescriptor desc = new AutowireByTypeDependencyDescriptor(methodParam, eager);
				Object autowiredArgument = resolveDependency(desc, beanName, autowiredBeanNames, converter);
				if (autowiredArgument != null) {
					pvs.add(propertyName, autowiredArgument);
				}
				for (String autowiredBeanName : autowiredBeanNames) {
					registerDependentBean(autowiredBeanName, beanName);
					if (logger.isDebugEnabled()) {
						logger.debug("Autowiring by type from bean name '" + beanName + "' via property '" +
								propertyName + "' to bean named '" + autowiredBeanName + "'");
					}
				}
				autowiredBeanNames.clear();
			}
		}
		catch (BeansException ex) {
			throw new UnsatisfiedDependencyException(mbd.getResourceDescription(), beanName, propertyName, ex);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: we-cmdb   Source File: CustomRolesPrefixPostProcessor.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 7
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: ExposeInvocationInterceptor.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
@Override
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE + 1;
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: EncodedUriTests.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: ad   Source File: DataTable.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * 全量索引的实现类{@link IndexFileLoader}需要依赖该bean, 此处直接将注册优先级调到最高
 * @return
 */
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 10
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 11
@Override
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE + 1;
}
 
Example 12
Source Project: java-technology-stack   Source File: EncodedUriTests.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 13
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 14
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE + 20;
}
 
Example 15
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.LOWEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 16
@Override
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE + 1;
}
 
Example 17
@Override
public int getOrder() {
  return PriorityOrdered.LOWEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 18
@Override
public int getOrder() {

  return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 19
Source Project: multi-task   Source File: TaskBeanContainer.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * 设置spring构建优先级
 */
@Override
public int getOrder() {
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 20
@Override
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE + 1;
}
 
Example 21
Source Project: spring4-understanding   Source File: EncodedUriTests.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public int getOrder() {
	return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}
 
Example 22
@Override
public int getOrder()
{
    return PriorityOrdered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE;
}