[javaee-spec users] [jsr342-experts] Re: results from community survey

From: Pete Muir <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 20:55:16 +0000

Linda, I think with cdi global enablement we are in a much better position
to add stereotypes to other stuff.

Definitely lets review for 8.
On 13 Dec 2012 20:51, "Linda DeMichiel" <> wrote:

> The results from our survey to the community are in, and Reza has
> been kind enough to summarize them and capture quite a few of the
> representative comments in the attached document.
> I'd like to highlight some of the results:
> The community agrees with us on the inclusion of the new JSRs into the
> full platform and into the Web Profile. We hope that we will be able
> to include JCache and the Concurrency Utilities JSR as well.
> The community strongly supports enabling CDI by default.
> As you've seen in his recent message to the group,
> experts/archive/2012-12/**message/33<>
> ,
> Pete has proposed a change to CDI to support this. We support his
> efforts and anticipate that this will be included in Java EE 7.
> There is agreement that using @Inject wherever possible is a good
> idea, even though we will need to make some exceptions and will need
> to support the legacy usage of other annotations (where we would have
> chosen to use @Inject instead today).
> A significant majority of the respondents think that we should expand
> the use of @Stereotype, even though this hasn't been supported by the
> CDI EG and thus won't be included in Java EE 7. We plan to revisit
> this in Java EE 8, as we try to find a way to support a stereotype-like
> facility without the conflict with CDI stereotypes.
> An overwhelming majority support the expansion of interceptors to all
> Java EE components, which we have now standardized on as well, as
> described in my recent message,**
> javaee-spec/lists/jsr342-**experts/archive/2012-12/**message/1<>
> .
> Please give yourselves a pat on the back :-)
> regards,
> -Linda