And one more ....
We should add a description of the CDI context lifecycle events as exist for the other builtin CDI scopes see 6.7.1, 67.2., 6.7. and 6.7.4 of the cdi spec.
So in 220.127.116.11 we could say
An event with the SipApplicationSession as payload and with qualifier @Initialized(SipApplicationSessionScoped .class) is fired when
the application session context is initialized and an event with qualifier @Destroyed(SipApplicationSessionScoped.class) when the application session context is destroyed.
The text describing when the application context is destroyed should be aligned with the HttpSession case. And so should say
The application session context is destroyed when the SipApplicationSession is invalidated, after all listeners have been called, and at the very end of any application invocation (e.g. servlet service method) in which invalidate() was called.
On 6 February 2014 13:11, Keith Lewis < <mailto: >> wrote:
I forgot to mention HA support for CDI.
The SIP application session context needs to be able to be
replicated in a HA environment - this is equivalent to it being a
passivating scope as defined in section 6.6 of the CDI spec.
We should reference the restrictions listed in 6.6.4 regarding
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