Right, but I'm building JAX-RS resources programmatically,
ultimately calling the consuming method (which happens to be a
Kotlin function) via MethodHandler.Builder.handledBy(Inflector).
It may well be I have to rethink how all of that is handled, but I
was hoping I would be able to grab those various @Context objects
programmatically (easily) while dispatching the call to the Kotlin
On 4/21/2018 1:54 AM, Ondrej Mihályi
Injection via Context also works in Java SE if
you register resources as classes, becaus3 Jersey instantiates
them and injects needed values when a request is handled.
If you instantiate resource classes yourself and
register created objects with Jersey, injection would still
work if you inject with Context a value as a method parameter.
Jersey executes the method and injects needed values.
So in short, injection in resource classes works
also in Java SE.
Dňa so 21. 4. 2018, 7:40 Jason Lee <jason@...
short, I find myself in need of being able to lookup manually
those objects normally injected vi @Context (or @Inject) in a
Java SE environment. I've been digging through the Jersey and
JAX-RS docs, but nothing's standing out. Can someone give me a
nudge in the right direction?