jakarta.enterprise.context.Initialized event for
jakarta.enterprise.context.ApplicationScoped. See 6.7.3 of the CDI spec for further details.
@Retention(value=RUNTIME) @Target(value=TYPE) @Inherited @Deprecated public @interface ManagedBean
The presence of this annotation on a class automatically registers the class with the runtime as a managed bean class. Classes must be scanned for the presence of this annotation at application startup, before any requests have been serviced.
The value of the
name() attribute is taken to be the managed-bean-name. If the value of the
name attribute is unspecified or is the empty
String, the managed-bean-name is derived
from taking the unqualified class name portion of the fully qualified class name and converting the first character
to lower case. For example, if the
ManagedBean annotation is on a class with the fully qualified class
com.foo.Bean, and there is no name attribute on the annotation, the
managed-bean-name is taken to be
bean. The fully qualified class name of the class to which
this annotation is attached is taken to be the managed-bean-class.
The scope of the managed bean is declared using one of
CustomScoped annotations. If the scope annotations are
omitted, the bean must be handled as if the
RequestScoped annotation is present.
If the value of the
eager() attribute is
true, and the
managed-bean-scope value is
"application", the runtime must instantiate this class when the application starts. This instantiation and storing of
the instance must happen before any requests are serviced. If eager is unspecified or
managed-bean-scope is something other than "application", the default "lazy" instantiation and
scoped storage of the managed bean happens.
When the runtime processes this annotation, if a managed bean exists whose name is equal to the derived
FacesException must be thrown and the application must not be placed in
A class tagged with this annotation must have a public zero-argument constructor. If such a constructor is not
defined on the class, a
FacesException must be thrown and the application must not be placed in service.
public abstract String name
Taken to be the
managed-bean-name. See class documentation for details.
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