public class ProviderCreatingFactoryBean extends AbstractFactoryBean<Provider>
FactoryBeanimplementation that returns a value which is a JSR-330
Providerthat in turn returns a bean sourced from a
This is basically a JSR-330 compliant variant of Spring's good old
ObjectFactoryCreatingFactoryBean. It can be used for traditional
external dependency injection configuration that targets a property or
constructor argument of type
javax.inject.Provider, as an
alternative to JSR-330's
@Inject annotation-driven approach.
|Constructor and Description|
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Eagerly create the singleton instance, if necessary.
Template method that subclasses must override to construct the object returned by this factory.
This abstract method declaration mirrors the method in the FactoryBean interface, for a consistent offering of abstract template methods.
Set the name of the target bean.
destroy, destroyInstance, getBeanFactory, getBeanTypeConverter, getEarlySingletonInterfaces, getObject, isSingleton, setBeanClassLoader, setBeanFactory, setSingleton
public void setTargetBeanName(java.lang.String targetBeanName)
The target does not have to be a non-singleton bean, but realistically always will be (because if the target bean were a singleton, then said singleton bean could simply be injected straight into the dependent object, thus obviating the need for the extra level of indirection afforded by this factory approach).
public void afterPropertiesSet() throws java.lang.Exception
public java.lang.Class getObjectType()
protected Provider createInstance()
Invoked on initialization of this FactoryBean in case of
a singleton; else, on each