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Spring and Portlet 2.0
Hi I am using spring and I am moving on Portlet 2.0. I have problem how to get services to application class. I am new to spring and portlets overall. Here is my configuration from spring.
<bean id="'applicationBean" class="com.example.demo.DemoApplication" scope="prototype"> <property name="demoService" ref="demoBean"></property> </bean> <bean id="demoBean" class="service.impl.DemoServiceImpl"></bean>
When I was using portlet 1.0, I just called application url in Portlet.xml. But now I have to call
the DemoApplication class.
<portlet> <portlet-name>demo-portlet</portlet-name> <display-name>Demo Portlet </display-name> <!-- Map portlet to a servlet. --> <portlet-class>com.vaadin.terminal.gwt.server.ApplicationPortlet2</portlet-class> <init-param> <name>application</name> <value>com.example.demo.DemoApplication</value> </init-param> <init-param> <name>widgetset</name> <value>com.vaadin.portal.gwt.PortalDefaultWidgetSet</value> </init-param>
Is there good solution where I could set my services in spring config, without that autowire?
Thanks for your help
Maybe you could subclass AbstractApplicationPortlet and look up the application instance from Spring?
I used this kind of solution for the problem
context = PortletApplicationContextUtils.getRequiredWebApplicationContext(portletContext);
old thread, but relevant for my specific situation.
@Petteri: How do you get your 'portletContext' needed as a parameter in the "PortletApplicationContextUtils.getRequiredWebApplicationContext(portletContext)" call?
The reason I'm asking is that I have an issue where the context I'm getting when I do a 'getContext' in my application, is not of type PortletApplicationContext, nor PortletApplicationContext2. It is in fact of type 'WebApplicationContext' which is really REALLY weird and very disturbing to me...
so ehm, any idea?