Java Code Examples for org.springframework.beans.factory.config.BeanDefinition#getScope()

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Example 1
/**
 * Evaluate the given String as contained in a bean definition,
 * potentially resolving it as an expression.
 * @param value the value to check
 * @param beanDefinition the bean definition that the value comes from
 * @return the resolved value
 * @see #setBeanExpressionResolver
 */
@Nullable
protected Object evaluateBeanDefinitionString(@Nullable String value, @Nullable BeanDefinition beanDefinition) {
	if (this.beanExpressionResolver == null) {
		return value;
	}

	Scope scope = null;
	if (beanDefinition != null) {
		String scopeName = beanDefinition.getScope();
		if (scopeName != null) {
			scope = getRegisteredScope(scopeName);
		}
	}
	return this.beanExpressionResolver.evaluate(value, new BeanExpressionContext(this, scope));
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Evaluate the given String as contained in a bean definition,
 * potentially resolving it as an expression.
 * @param value the value to check
 * @param beanDefinition the bean definition that the value comes from
 * @return the resolved value
 * @see #setBeanExpressionResolver
 */
@Nullable
protected Object evaluateBeanDefinitionString(@Nullable String value, @Nullable BeanDefinition beanDefinition) {
	if (this.beanExpressionResolver == null) {
		return value;
	}

	Scope scope = null;
	if (beanDefinition != null) {
		String scopeName = beanDefinition.getScope();
		if (scopeName != null) {
			scope = getRegisteredScope(scopeName);
		}
	}
	return this.beanExpressionResolver.evaluate(value, new BeanExpressionContext(this, scope));
}
 
Example 3
private boolean isApplicable(BeanDefinitionRegistry registry, String name,
		BeanDefinition definition) {
	String scope = definition.getScope();
	if (REFRESH_SCOPE_NAME.equals(scope)) {
		// Already refresh scoped
		return false;
	}
	String type = definition.getBeanClassName();
	if (!StringUtils.hasText(type) && registry instanceof BeanFactory) {
		Class<?> cls = ((BeanFactory) registry).getType(name);
		if (cls != null) {
			type = cls.getName();
		}
	}
	if (type != null) {
		return this.refreshables.contains(type);
	}
	return false;
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   File: LiveBeansView.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Actually generate a JSON snapshot of the beans in the given ApplicationContexts.
 * <p>This implementation doesn't use any JSON parsing libraries in order to avoid
 * third-party library dependencies. It produces an array of context description
 * objects, each containing a context and parent attribute as well as a beans
 * attribute with nested bean description objects. Each bean object contains a
 * bean, scope, type and resource attribute, as well as a dependencies attribute
 * with a nested array of bean names that the present bean depends on.
 * @param contexts the set of ApplicationContexts
 * @return the JSON document
 */
protected String generateJson(Set<ConfigurableApplicationContext> contexts) {
	StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder("[\n");
	for (Iterator<ConfigurableApplicationContext> it = contexts.iterator(); it.hasNext();) {
		ConfigurableApplicationContext context = it.next();
		result.append("{\n\"context\": \"").append(context.getId()).append("\",\n");
		if (context.getParent() != null) {
			result.append("\"parent\": \"").append(context.getParent().getId()).append("\",\n");
		}
		else {
			result.append("\"parent\": null,\n");
		}
		result.append("\"beans\": [\n");
		ConfigurableListableBeanFactory bf = context.getBeanFactory();
		String[] beanNames = bf.getBeanDefinitionNames();
		boolean elementAppended = false;
		for (String beanName : beanNames) {
			BeanDefinition bd = bf.getBeanDefinition(beanName);
			if (isBeanEligible(beanName, bd, bf)) {
				if (elementAppended) {
					result.append(",\n");
				}
				result.append("{\n\"bean\": \"").append(beanName).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"aliases\": ");
				appendArray(result, bf.getAliases(beanName));
				result.append(",\n");
				String scope = bd.getScope();
				if (!StringUtils.hasText(scope)) {
					scope = BeanDefinition.SCOPE_SINGLETON;
				}
				result.append("\"scope\": \"").append(scope).append("\",\n");
				Class<?> beanType = bf.getType(beanName);
				if (beanType != null) {
					result.append("\"type\": \"").append(beanType.getName()).append("\",\n");
				}
				else {
					result.append("\"type\": null,\n");
				}
				result.append("\"resource\": \"").append(getEscapedResourceDescription(bd)).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"dependencies\": ");
				appendArray(result, bf.getDependenciesForBean(beanName));
				result.append("\n}");
				elementAppended = true;
			}
		}
		result.append("]\n");
		result.append("}");
		if (it.hasNext()) {
			result.append(",\n");
		}
	}
	result.append("]");
	return result.toString();
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: java-technology-stack   File: LiveBeansView.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Actually generate a JSON snapshot of the beans in the given ApplicationContexts.
 * <p>This implementation doesn't use any JSON parsing libraries in order to avoid
 * third-party library dependencies. It produces an array of context description
 * objects, each containing a context and parent attribute as well as a beans
 * attribute with nested bean description objects. Each bean object contains a
 * bean, scope, type and resource attribute, as well as a dependencies attribute
 * with a nested array of bean names that the present bean depends on.
 * @param contexts the set of ApplicationContexts
 * @return the JSON document
 */
protected String generateJson(Set<ConfigurableApplicationContext> contexts) {
	StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder("[\n");
	for (Iterator<ConfigurableApplicationContext> it = contexts.iterator(); it.hasNext();) {
		ConfigurableApplicationContext context = it.next();
		result.append("{\n\"context\": \"").append(context.getId()).append("\",\n");
		if (context.getParent() != null) {
			result.append("\"parent\": \"").append(context.getParent().getId()).append("\",\n");
		}
		else {
			result.append("\"parent\": null,\n");
		}
		result.append("\"beans\": [\n");
		ConfigurableListableBeanFactory bf = context.getBeanFactory();
		String[] beanNames = bf.getBeanDefinitionNames();
		boolean elementAppended = false;
		for (String beanName : beanNames) {
			BeanDefinition bd = bf.getBeanDefinition(beanName);
			if (isBeanEligible(beanName, bd, bf)) {
				if (elementAppended) {
					result.append(",\n");
				}
				result.append("{\n\"bean\": \"").append(beanName).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"aliases\": ");
				appendArray(result, bf.getAliases(beanName));
				result.append(",\n");
				String scope = bd.getScope();
				if (!StringUtils.hasText(scope)) {
					scope = BeanDefinition.SCOPE_SINGLETON;
				}
				result.append("\"scope\": \"").append(scope).append("\",\n");
				Class<?> beanType = bf.getType(beanName);
				if (beanType != null) {
					result.append("\"type\": \"").append(beanType.getName()).append("\",\n");
				}
				else {
					result.append("\"type\": null,\n");
				}
				result.append("\"resource\": \"").append(getEscapedResourceDescription(bd)).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"dependencies\": ");
				appendArray(result, bf.getDependenciesForBean(beanName));
				result.append("\n}");
				elementAppended = true;
			}
		}
		result.append("]\n");
		result.append("}");
		if (it.hasNext()) {
			result.append(",\n");
		}
	}
	result.append("]");
	return result.toString();
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: lams   File: LiveBeansView.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Actually generate a JSON snapshot of the beans in the given ApplicationContexts.
 * <p>This implementation doesn't use any JSON parsing libraries in order to avoid
 * third-party library dependencies. It produces an array of context description
 * objects, each containing a context and parent attribute as well as a beans
 * attribute with nested bean description objects. Each bean object contains a
 * bean, scope, type and resource attribute, as well as a dependencies attribute
 * with a nested array of bean names that the present bean depends on.
 * @param contexts the set of ApplicationContexts
 * @return the JSON document
 */
protected String generateJson(Set<ConfigurableApplicationContext> contexts) {
	StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder("[\n");
	for (Iterator<ConfigurableApplicationContext> it = contexts.iterator(); it.hasNext();) {
		ConfigurableApplicationContext context = it.next();
		result.append("{\n\"context\": \"").append(context.getId()).append("\",\n");
		if (context.getParent() != null) {
			result.append("\"parent\": \"").append(context.getParent().getId()).append("\",\n");
		}
		else {
			result.append("\"parent\": null,\n");
		}
		result.append("\"beans\": [\n");
		ConfigurableListableBeanFactory bf = context.getBeanFactory();
		String[] beanNames = bf.getBeanDefinitionNames();
		boolean elementAppended = false;
		for (String beanName : beanNames) {
			BeanDefinition bd = bf.getBeanDefinition(beanName);
			if (isBeanEligible(beanName, bd, bf)) {
				if (elementAppended) {
					result.append(",\n");
				}
				result.append("{\n\"bean\": \"").append(beanName).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"aliases\": ");
				appendArray(result, bf.getAliases(beanName));
				result.append(",\n");
				String scope = bd.getScope();
				if (!StringUtils.hasText(scope)) {
					scope = BeanDefinition.SCOPE_SINGLETON;
				}
				result.append("\"scope\": \"").append(scope).append("\",\n");
				Class<?> beanType = bf.getType(beanName);
				if (beanType != null) {
					result.append("\"type\": \"").append(beanType.getName()).append("\",\n");
				}
				else {
					result.append("\"type\": null,\n");
				}
				result.append("\"resource\": \"").append(getEscapedResourceDescription(bd)).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"dependencies\": ");
				appendArray(result, bf.getDependenciesForBean(beanName));
				result.append("\n}");
				elementAppended = true;
			}
		}
		result.append("]\n");
		result.append("}");
		if (it.hasNext()) {
			result.append(",\n");
		}
	}
	result.append("]");
	return result.toString();
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Actually generate a JSON snapshot of the beans in the given ApplicationContexts.
 * <p>This implementation doesn't use any JSON parsing libraries in order to avoid
 * third-party library dependencies. It produces an array of context description
 * objects, each containing a context and parent attribute as well as a beans
 * attribute with nested bean description objects. Each bean object contains a
 * bean, scope, type and resource attribute, as well as a dependencies attribute
 * with a nested array of bean names that the present bean depends on.
 * @param contexts the set of ApplicationContexts
 * @return the JSON document
 */
protected String generateJson(Set<ConfigurableApplicationContext> contexts) {
	StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder("[\n");
	for (Iterator<ConfigurableApplicationContext> it = contexts.iterator(); it.hasNext();) {
		ConfigurableApplicationContext context = it.next();
		result.append("{\n\"context\": \"").append(context.getId()).append("\",\n");
		if (context.getParent() != null) {
			result.append("\"parent\": \"").append(context.getParent().getId()).append("\",\n");
		}
		else {
			result.append("\"parent\": null,\n");
		}
		result.append("\"beans\": [\n");
		ConfigurableListableBeanFactory bf = context.getBeanFactory();
		String[] beanNames = bf.getBeanDefinitionNames();
		boolean elementAppended = false;
		for (String beanName : beanNames) {
			BeanDefinition bd = bf.getBeanDefinition(beanName);
			if (isBeanEligible(beanName, bd, bf)) {
				if (elementAppended) {
					result.append(",\n");
				}
				result.append("{\n\"bean\": \"").append(beanName).append("\",\n");
				String scope = bd.getScope();
				if (!StringUtils.hasText(scope)) {
					scope = BeanDefinition.SCOPE_SINGLETON;
				}
				result.append("\"scope\": \"").append(scope).append("\",\n");
				Class<?> beanType = bf.getType(beanName);
				if (beanType != null) {
					result.append("\"type\": \"").append(beanType.getName()).append("\",\n");
				}
				else {
					result.append("\"type\": null,\n");
				}
				result.append("\"resource\": \"").append(getEscapedResourceDescription(bd)).append("\",\n");
				result.append("\"dependencies\": [");
				String[] dependencies = bf.getDependenciesForBean(beanName);
				if (dependencies.length > 0) {
					result.append("\"");
				}
				result.append(StringUtils.arrayToDelimitedString(dependencies, "\", \""));
				if (dependencies.length > 0) {
					result.append("\"");
				}
				result.append("]\n}");
				elementAppended = true;
			}
		}
		result.append("]\n");
		result.append("}");
		if (it.hasNext()) {
			result.append(",\n");
		}
	}
	result.append("]");
	return result.toString();
}