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From Romain Manni-Bucau <rmannibu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jackson on TomEE:
Date Mon, 30 Jul 2012 08:02:05 GMT
the exclusion will prevent injections in the excluded jars but not the
opposite since you register the provider manually.

once again on turnk you shouldnt need it

- Romain


2012/7/28 nialscorva <jason@tensorwrench.com>

> Just trying to nail down an absolute series of steps that work, and will
> write it up if you want to put it on the documentation page:
> Given com.foo.MyProvider and com.foo.MyOtherProvider in myApp.war:
>
> 1) CATALINA_BASE/conf/system.properties:
> openejb.cxf.jax-rs.providers=com.foo.MyProvider,com.foo.MyOtherProvider
>
> 2) The two providers .class files will be found inside of myApp.war.
>
> 3) myApp/WEB-INF/exclusions.list contains:
> com.foo.MyProvider
> com.foo.MyOtherProvider
>
> Will exclusion.list prevent injection from occurring on @Context and
> @Inject
> annotated fields in MyProvider and MyOtherProvider?
>
> Once I get a good vibe that I understand what is supposed to work, I'll
> give
> it a try.
>
>
>
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