Reply Travis Reeder Feb 08, 2008 @ 20:44:02 Any way to just find all classes that have a certain annotation and have it return a list of those classes? But I see you use Spring, which makes me question if what I'm saying here is the whole truth. Please type your message and try again. 3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 11, 2011 2:43 AM by Nicklas Karlsson scannotation fails on JBoss AS 6: VFS Frank Cornelis Feb 10, REST) Mike Amundesen (DeeJay REST) Mark Nottingham (REST Jedi Master) Solomon Duskis (RESTEasy minion) Keycloak Blog CategoriesCategories Select Category aop(1) business(9) ejb 3.1(2) ejb3(3) flame bait(27) geothermal(4) hibernate(4) hornetq(4) hvac(1) java(62)
Can you check the classpath and find out what this entry is? The first thing I would check is your file system permisions - can the user running the JBoss process read WEB-INF and all the files within it? Or, did I wrote something wrong? Crack the lock code What does the compression setting do to a PNG?
Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature. Then I'd rather look for the problem in the area of Spring and not JBoss / JAX-RS. You could then to ClassLoader.getResources() to find all classpaths/archives that contain that file: ClassLoader cl = Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader(); Enumeration
Thank you! Reply Jason Oct 30, 2008 @ 22:32:59 Hey I gave this a try with a project I am working on and it works really well. Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: beta Home Login Loading... Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.
However, I do remember just say f*** all this xml garbage and started the project again using typesafe idiomatic java ... If the URL protocol is "file:" you can just use java.io.File. DirectoryIteratorFactory factory = registry.get(url.getProtocol()); if (factory == null) throw new IOException("Unable to scan directory of protocol: " + url.getProtocol()); return factory.create(url, filter); It seems when the url.getProtocol() returns "jdni", this problem this website I had to work around it by filtering out the bad jar from the list of classpath urls provided to the scanner.
Accept & Close Bill the Plumber Software plumbing using middleware wrenches HomeAbout MePublishings MVC plumbing sucks Is JAX-RS (Restful Java) just anotherIDL? Unfortunately the AnnotationDB explodes when deploying my application on JBoss AS 6.0.0.Final.Caused by: java.io.IOException: Unable to scan directory of protocol: vfs at org.scannotation.archiveiterator.IteratorFactory.create(IteratorFactory.java:39) [:6.0.0.Final] at org.scannotation.AnnotationDB.scanArchives(AnnotationDB.java:291) [:6.0.0.Final]Any guidelines on how to About 150 lines of code. All works fine within my unit test.
Or the VFS.init ‘java.protocol.handler.pkgs' setting? Reply A beginners guide to best scanning vendors pci dss Feb 13, 2008 @ 11:45:45 Cristiano Apr 21, 2008 @ 14:10:21 Hello Bill, very good job… if I were able to Resteasy.resources Example I just found this previous discussion. Resteasyservletinitializer The Scannotation framework encapsulates all the ideas and functionality I talked about in this blog.
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View More Recalll - Medium for programmers. Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. With Javassist, you load up a ClassFile instance from the InputStreams you browse from your .jar or classpath. returning(allAnnotatedWith(PreferencePage.class)); } }); to retrieve all the classes annotated with the @PreferencePage annotation.
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Reply doylecentral Jan 16, 2008 @ 13:41:26 Good post. Java classpath The "java.class.path" system property, if set properly (FYI, maven doesn't set it properly), can be a way to obtain a list of classpath/archives you can scan for annotated classes. Straight and simple. They only problem with JBoss VFS outside of jboss is that it has its own URL handlers.
URLs that point to a directory poses an abstraction problem. Seems like the reflections project has a solution for this:http://code.google.com/p/reflections/issues/detail?id=63But this requires you to build reflections from the source as this patch is not yet part of a release.Weird that EJB scannotation fails on JBoss AS 6: VFS Frank Cornelis Feb 11, 2011 2:36 AM (in response to Nicklas Karlsson) What is suggested on that blog is exactly what I've tried. Recalll is crowed sourced knowledge vault, where community can create, curate and access qualitative knowledge, In form of small and precise topics.
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