T- This must be the class of the injection annotation that this resolver will handle
@Contract public interface InjectionResolver<T>
An implementation of InjectionResolver must be in the Singleton scope.
Implementations of InjectionResolver will be instantiated as soon as
they are added to HK2 in order to avoid deadlocks and circular references.
Therefore it is recommended that implementations of InjectionResolver
make liberal use of
when injecting dependent services so that these services are not instantiated
when the InjectionResolver is created
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This is the name of the system provided resolver for 330 injections
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This method should return true if the annotation that indicates that this is an injection point can appear in the parameter list of a constructor.
This method should return true if the annotation that indicates that this is an injection point can appear in the parameter list of a method.
This method will return the object that should be injected into the given injection point.
Object resolve(Injectee injectee, ServiceHandle<?> root)
This method should not do the injection themselves
injectee- The injection point this value is being injected into
root- The service handle of the root class being created, which should be used in order to ensure proper destruction of associated &64;PerLookup scoped objects. This can be null in the case that this is being used for an object not managed by HK2. This will only happen if this object is being created with the create method of ServiceLocator.
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