Java Code Examples for org.springframework.aop.scope.ScopedProxyFactoryBean

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Example 1
Source Project: spring-cloud-commons   Source File: GenericScope.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Override
public void postProcessBeanDefinitionRegistry(BeanDefinitionRegistry registry)
		throws BeansException {
	for (String name : registry.getBeanDefinitionNames()) {
		BeanDefinition definition = registry.getBeanDefinition(name);
		if (definition instanceof RootBeanDefinition) {
			RootBeanDefinition root = (RootBeanDefinition) definition;
			if (root.getDecoratedDefinition() != null && root.hasBeanClass()
					&& root.getBeanClass() == ScopedProxyFactoryBean.class) {
				if (getName().equals(root.getDecoratedDefinition().getBeanDefinition()
						.getScope())) {
					root.setBeanClass(LockedScopedProxyFactoryBean.class);
					root.getConstructorArgumentValues().addGenericArgumentValue(this);
					// surprising that a scoped proxy bean definition is not already
					// marked as synthetic?
					root.setSynthetic(true);
				}
			}
		}
	}
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: ConfigurationClassEnhancer.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Enhance a {@link Bean @Bean} method to check the supplied BeanFactory for the
 * existence of this bean object.
 * @throws Throwable as a catch-all for any exception that may be thrown when invoking the
 * super implementation of the proxied method i.e., the actual {@code @Bean} method
 */
@Override
@Nullable
public Object intercept(Object enhancedConfigInstance, Method beanMethod, Object[] beanMethodArgs,
			MethodProxy cglibMethodProxy) throws Throwable {

	ConfigurableBeanFactory beanFactory = getBeanFactory(enhancedConfigInstance);
	String beanName = BeanAnnotationHelper.determineBeanNameFor(beanMethod);

	// Determine whether this bean is a scoped-proxy
	if (BeanAnnotationHelper.isScopedProxy(beanMethod)) {
		String scopedBeanName = ScopedProxyCreator.getTargetBeanName(beanName);
		if (beanFactory.isCurrentlyInCreation(scopedBeanName)) {
			beanName = scopedBeanName;
		}
	}

	// To handle the case of an inter-bean method reference, we must explicitly check the
	// container for already cached instances.

	// First, check to see if the requested bean is a FactoryBean. If so, create a subclass
	// proxy that intercepts calls to getObject() and returns any cached bean instance.
	// This ensures that the semantics of calling a FactoryBean from within @Bean methods
	// is the same as that of referring to a FactoryBean within XML. See SPR-6602.
	if (factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName) &&
			factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, beanName)) {
		Object factoryBean = beanFactory.getBean(BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName);
		if (factoryBean instanceof ScopedProxyFactoryBean) {
			// Scoped proxy factory beans are a special case and should not be further proxied
		}
		else {
			// It is a candidate FactoryBean - go ahead with enhancement
			return enhanceFactoryBean(factoryBean, beanMethod.getReturnType(), beanFactory, beanName);
		}
	}

	if (isCurrentlyInvokedFactoryMethod(beanMethod)) {
		// The factory is calling the bean method in order to instantiate and register the bean
		// (i.e. via a getBean() call) -> invoke the super implementation of the method to actually
		// create the bean instance.
		if (logger.isInfoEnabled() &&
				BeanFactoryPostProcessor.class.isAssignableFrom(beanMethod.getReturnType())) {
			logger.info(String.format("@Bean method %s.%s is non-static and returns an object " +
							"assignable to Spring's BeanFactoryPostProcessor interface. This will " +
							"result in a failure to process annotations such as @Autowired, " +
							"@Resource and @PostConstruct within the method's declaring " +
							"@Configuration class. Add the 'static' modifier to this method to avoid " +
							"these container lifecycle issues; see @Bean javadoc for complete details.",
					beanMethod.getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName(), beanMethod.getName()));
		}
		return cglibMethodProxy.invokeSuper(enhancedConfigInstance, beanMethodArgs);
	}

	return resolveBeanReference(beanMethod, beanMethodArgs, beanFactory, beanName);
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: java-technology-stack   Source File: ConfigurationClassEnhancer.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Enhance a {@link Bean @Bean} method to check the supplied BeanFactory for the
 * existence of this bean object.
 * @throws Throwable as a catch-all for any exception that may be thrown when invoking the
 * super implementation of the proxied method i.e., the actual {@code @Bean} method
 */
@Override
@Nullable
public Object intercept(Object enhancedConfigInstance, Method beanMethod, Object[] beanMethodArgs,
			MethodProxy cglibMethodProxy) throws Throwable {

	ConfigurableBeanFactory beanFactory = getBeanFactory(enhancedConfigInstance);
	String beanName = BeanAnnotationHelper.determineBeanNameFor(beanMethod);

	// Determine whether this bean is a scoped-proxy
	if (BeanAnnotationHelper.isScopedProxy(beanMethod)) {
		String scopedBeanName = ScopedProxyCreator.getTargetBeanName(beanName);
		if (beanFactory.isCurrentlyInCreation(scopedBeanName)) {
			beanName = scopedBeanName;
		}
	}

	// To handle the case of an inter-bean method reference, we must explicitly check the
	// container for already cached instances.

	// First, check to see if the requested bean is a FactoryBean. If so, create a subclass
	// proxy that intercepts calls to getObject() and returns any cached bean instance.
	// This ensures that the semantics of calling a FactoryBean from within @Bean methods
	// is the same as that of referring to a FactoryBean within XML. See SPR-6602.
	if (factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName) &&
			factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, beanName)) {
		Object factoryBean = beanFactory.getBean(BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName);
		if (factoryBean instanceof ScopedProxyFactoryBean) {
			// Scoped proxy factory beans are a special case and should not be further proxied
		}
		else {
			// It is a candidate FactoryBean - go ahead with enhancement
			return enhanceFactoryBean(factoryBean, beanMethod.getReturnType(), beanFactory, beanName);
		}
	}

	if (isCurrentlyInvokedFactoryMethod(beanMethod)) {
		// The factory is calling the bean method in order to instantiate and register the bean
		// (i.e. via a getBean() call) -> invoke the super implementation of the method to actually
		// create the bean instance.
		if (logger.isInfoEnabled() &&
				BeanFactoryPostProcessor.class.isAssignableFrom(beanMethod.getReturnType())) {
			logger.info(String.format("@Bean method %s.%s is non-static and returns an object " +
							"assignable to Spring's BeanFactoryPostProcessor interface. This will " +
							"result in a failure to process annotations such as @Autowired, " +
							"@Resource and @PostConstruct within the method's declaring " +
							"@Configuration class. Add the 'static' modifier to this method to avoid " +
							"these container lifecycle issues; see @Bean javadoc for complete details.",
					beanMethod.getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName(), beanMethod.getName()));
		}
		return cglibMethodProxy.invokeSuper(enhancedConfigInstance, beanMethodArgs);
	}

	return resolveBeanReference(beanMethod, beanMethodArgs, beanFactory, beanName);
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Enhance a {@link Bean @Bean} method to check the supplied BeanFactory for the
 * existence of this bean object.
 * @throws Throwable as a catch-all for any exception that may be thrown when invoking the
 * super implementation of the proxied method i.e., the actual {@code @Bean} method
 */
@Override
public Object intercept(Object enhancedConfigInstance, Method beanMethod, Object[] beanMethodArgs,
			MethodProxy cglibMethodProxy) throws Throwable {

	ConfigurableBeanFactory beanFactory = getBeanFactory(enhancedConfigInstance);
	String beanName = BeanAnnotationHelper.determineBeanNameFor(beanMethod);

	// Determine whether this bean is a scoped-proxy
	Scope scope = AnnotatedElementUtils.findMergedAnnotation(beanMethod, Scope.class);
	if (scope != null && scope.proxyMode() != ScopedProxyMode.NO) {
		String scopedBeanName = ScopedProxyCreator.getTargetBeanName(beanName);
		if (beanFactory.isCurrentlyInCreation(scopedBeanName)) {
			beanName = scopedBeanName;
		}
	}

	// To handle the case of an inter-bean method reference, we must explicitly check the
	// container for already cached instances.

	// First, check to see if the requested bean is a FactoryBean. If so, create a subclass
	// proxy that intercepts calls to getObject() and returns any cached bean instance.
	// This ensures that the semantics of calling a FactoryBean from within @Bean methods
	// is the same as that of referring to a FactoryBean within XML. See SPR-6602.
	if (factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName) &&
			factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, beanName)) {
		Object factoryBean = beanFactory.getBean(BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName);
		if (factoryBean instanceof ScopedProxyFactoryBean) {
			// Scoped proxy factory beans are a special case and should not be further proxied
		}
		else {
			// It is a candidate FactoryBean - go ahead with enhancement
			return enhanceFactoryBean(factoryBean, beanMethod.getReturnType(), beanFactory, beanName);
		}
	}

	if (isCurrentlyInvokedFactoryMethod(beanMethod)) {
		// The factory is calling the bean method in order to instantiate and register the bean
		// (i.e. via a getBean() call) -> invoke the super implementation of the method to actually
		// create the bean instance.
		if (logger.isWarnEnabled() &&
				BeanFactoryPostProcessor.class.isAssignableFrom(beanMethod.getReturnType())) {
			logger.warn(String.format("@Bean method %s.%s is non-static and returns an object " +
							"assignable to Spring's BeanFactoryPostProcessor interface. This will " +
							"result in a failure to process annotations such as @Autowired, " +
							"@Resource and @PostConstruct within the method's declaring " +
							"@Configuration class. Add the 'static' modifier to this method to avoid " +
							"these container lifecycle issues; see @Bean javadoc for complete details.",
					beanMethod.getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName(), beanMethod.getName()));
		}
		return cglibMethodProxy.invokeSuper(enhancedConfigInstance, beanMethodArgs);
	}

	return obtainBeanInstanceFromFactory(beanMethod, beanMethodArgs, beanFactory, beanName);
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Enhance a {@link Bean @Bean} method to check the supplied BeanFactory for the
 * existence of this bean object.
 * @throws Throwable as a catch-all for any exception that may be thrown when invoking the
 * super implementation of the proxied method i.e., the actual {@code @Bean} method
 */
@Override
public Object intercept(Object enhancedConfigInstance, Method beanMethod, Object[] beanMethodArgs,
			MethodProxy cglibMethodProxy) throws Throwable {

	ConfigurableBeanFactory beanFactory = getBeanFactory(enhancedConfigInstance);
	String beanName = BeanAnnotationHelper.determineBeanNameFor(beanMethod);

	// Determine whether this bean is a scoped-proxy
	Scope scope = AnnotationUtils.findAnnotation(beanMethod, Scope.class);
	if (scope != null && scope.proxyMode() != ScopedProxyMode.NO) {
		String scopedBeanName = ScopedProxyCreator.getTargetBeanName(beanName);
		if (beanFactory.isCurrentlyInCreation(scopedBeanName)) {
			beanName = scopedBeanName;
		}
	}

	// To handle the case of an inter-bean method reference, we must explicitly check the
	// container for already cached instances.

	// First, check to see if the requested bean is a FactoryBean. If so, create a subclass
	// proxy that intercepts calls to getObject() and returns any cached bean instance.
	// This ensures that the semantics of calling a FactoryBean from within @Bean methods
	// is the same as that of referring to a FactoryBean within XML. See SPR-6602.
	if (factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName) &&
			factoryContainsBean(beanFactory, beanName)) {
		Object factoryBean = beanFactory.getBean(BeanFactory.FACTORY_BEAN_PREFIX + beanName);
		if (factoryBean instanceof ScopedProxyFactoryBean) {
			// Pass through - scoped proxy factory beans are a special case and should not
			// be further proxied
		}
		else {
			// It is a candidate FactoryBean - go ahead with enhancement
			return enhanceFactoryBean(factoryBean, beanFactory, beanName);
		}
	}

	if (isCurrentlyInvokedFactoryMethod(beanMethod)) {
		// The factory is calling the bean method in order to instantiate and register the bean
		// (i.e. via a getBean() call) -> invoke the super implementation of the method to actually
		// create the bean instance.
		if (BeanFactoryPostProcessor.class.isAssignableFrom(beanMethod.getReturnType())) {
			logger.warn(String.format("@Bean method %s.%s is non-static and returns an object " +
					"assignable to Spring's BeanFactoryPostProcessor interface. This will " +
					"result in a failure to process annotations such as @Autowired, " +
					"@Resource and @PostConstruct within the method's declaring " +
					"@Configuration class. Add the 'static' modifier to this method to avoid " +
					"these container lifecycle issues; see @Bean javadoc for complete details.",
					beanMethod.getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName(), beanMethod.getName()));
		}
		return cglibMethodProxy.invokeSuper(enhancedConfigInstance, beanMethodArgs);
	}
	else {
		// The user (i.e. not the factory) is requesting this bean through a
		// call to the bean method, direct or indirect. The bean may have already been
		// marked as 'in creation' in certain autowiring scenarios; if so, temporarily
		// set the in-creation status to false in order to avoid an exception.
		boolean alreadyInCreation = beanFactory.isCurrentlyInCreation(beanName);
		try {
			if (alreadyInCreation) {
				beanFactory.setCurrentlyInCreation(beanName, false);
			}
			Object beanInstance = (!ObjectUtils.isEmpty(beanMethodArgs) ?
					beanFactory.getBean(beanName, beanMethodArgs) : beanFactory.getBean(beanName));
			if (beanInstance != null && !ClassUtils.isAssignableValue(beanMethod.getReturnType(), beanInstance)) {
				String msg = String.format("@Bean method %s.%s called as a bean reference " +
							"for type [%s] but overridden by non-compatible bean instance of type [%s].",
							beanMethod.getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName(), beanMethod.getName(),
							beanMethod.getReturnType().getName(), beanInstance.getClass().getName());
				try {
					BeanDefinition beanDefinition = beanFactory.getMergedBeanDefinition(beanName);
					msg += " Overriding bean of same name declared in: " + beanDefinition.getResourceDescription();
				}
				catch (NoSuchBeanDefinitionException ex) {
					// Ignore - simply no detailed message then.
				}
				throw new IllegalStateException(msg);
			}
			return beanInstance;
		}
		finally {
			if (alreadyInCreation) {
				beanFactory.setCurrentlyInCreation(beanName, true);
			}
		}
	}
}