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@PostConstruct not called when using Kotlin BeanDefinitionDsl


@PostConstruct not called when using Kotlin BeanDefinitionDsl

By : R. Bao
Date : October 18 2020, 03:08 PM
it should still fix some issue GenericApplicationContext instantiated in the Application class does not support out of the box @PostContruct. To make it works, you should use AnnotationConfigApplicationContext instead and remove the exclude for spring-aop in the Gradle build.
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Why is PostConstruct not called?

Why is PostConstruct not called?


By : Ratuja Reddy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further The Java EE bean annotations such as @PostConstruct only apply to container-managed beans. If you are simply calling new BlogEntryDao yourself, the container isn't going to intercept the creation and call the @PostConstruct method.
(Furthermore, you'd be better off using @PersistenceContext or @PersistenceUnit instead of manually fetching the EntityManagerFactory in your initialize() method, and you should be creating an EntityManager for each call to addNewEntry(), since they're short-lived. Making these changes would eliminate the need for initialize() at all.)
when will JSF @PostConstruct be called again?

when will JSF @PostConstruct be called again?


By : user2510320
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps After an intensive reading about JSF scopes, specially thanks to @M. Deinum's comments and Mr @BalusC's excelent article explaining about the JSF communication topic. I understand why the user object survived event after logout/relogin.
My mistake is combining Spring DI (by using @Component annotation) and JSF annotation (by using @ViewScoped), then the @ViewScoped annotation is ignored and default spring scope is used, which is by default a singleton...
Mockito + Spring + @PostConstruct, mock initialization error, why is @PostConstruct called?

Mockito + Spring + @PostConstruct, mock initialization error, why is @PostConstruct called?


By : John Prawynkumar S
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Mockito isn't calling @PostConstruct -- Spring is. You say that in your test you use @Autowired, which is not a Mockito annotation.
If you meant to use @Mock, you'll find that Mockito won't call your @PostConstruct method.
code :
@Mock Bean myBean;

@Before
public void before() {
    MockitoAnnotations.initMocks();
}
PostConstruct is called twice

PostConstruct is called twice


By : edog
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue we have this problem here, but is a problem with WebSphere 6. (runaway from websphere :D)
So... we do a little workaround to use @PostConstruct...
EJB @PostConstruct not called

EJB @PostConstruct not called


By : Michał Topór-Futer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times When I want to invoke a method with @PostConstruct, the method is not invoked. I don't get any errors or logs from the server. Do I have to add some configuration xml files or add additional annotations to invoke the method? , I think the problem is this part of your code:
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