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PicoContainer example source code file (

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Java - PicoContainer tags/keywords

componentadapter, componentadapter, componentmonitor, constructor, constructor, exception, exception, lifecyclecomponentmonitor, lifecyclefailuresexception, list, method, object, object, reflection, stringbuffer, util

The PicoContainer source code

 * Copyright (C) PicoContainer Organization. All rights reserved.            *
 * ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *
 * The software in this package is published under the terms of the BSD      *
 * style license a copy of which has been included with this distribution in *
 * the LICENSE.txt file.                                                     *
 *                                                                           *
 * Original code by                                                          *
package org.picocontainer.monitors;

import java.lang.reflect.Constructor;
import java.lang.reflect.Method;
import java.lang.reflect.Member;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.List;

import org.picocontainer.ComponentMonitor;
import org.picocontainer.PicoException;
import org.picocontainer.PicoLifecycleException;
import org.picocontainer.ComponentAdapter;
import org.picocontainer.MutablePicoContainer;
import org.picocontainer.PicoContainer;

 * A {@link ComponentMonitor} which collects lifecycle failures
 * and rethrows them on demand after the failures.
 * @author Paul Hammant
 * @author Mauro Talevi
public final class LifecycleComponentMonitor implements ComponentMonitor {

    private final ComponentMonitor delegate;
    private final List lifecycleFailures = new ArrayList();

    public LifecycleComponentMonitor(ComponentMonitor delegate) {
        this.delegate = delegate;

    public LifecycleComponentMonitor() {
        this(new NullComponentMonitor());

    public Constructor instantiating(PicoContainer container, ComponentAdapter componentAdapter,
                                     Constructor constructor) {
        return delegate.instantiating(container, componentAdapter, constructor);

    public void instantiated(PicoContainer container, ComponentAdapter componentAdapter,
                             Constructor constructor,
                             Object instantiated,
                             Object[] parameters,
                             long duration) {
        delegate.instantiated(container, componentAdapter, constructor, instantiated, parameters, duration);

    public void instantiationFailed(PicoContainer container,
                                    ComponentAdapter componentAdapter,
                                    Constructor constructor,
                                    Exception cause) {
        delegate.instantiationFailed(container, componentAdapter, constructor, cause);

    public void invoking(PicoContainer container,
                         ComponentAdapter componentAdapter,
                         Member member,
                         Object instance) {
        delegate.invoking(container, componentAdapter, member, instance);

    public void invoked(PicoContainer container,
                        ComponentAdapter componentAdapter,
                        Method method,
                        Object instance,
                        long duration) {
        delegate.invoked(container, componentAdapter, method, instance, duration);

    public void invocationFailed(Member member, Object instance, Exception cause) {
        delegate.invocationFailed(member, instance, cause);

    public void lifecycleInvocationFailed(MutablePicoContainer container,
                                          ComponentAdapter componentAdapter, Method method,
                                          Object instance,
                                          RuntimeException cause) {
        try {
            delegate.lifecycleInvocationFailed(container, componentAdapter, method, instance, cause);
        } catch (PicoLifecycleException e) {
            // do nothing, exception already logged for later rethrow.

    public Object noComponentFound(MutablePicoContainer container, Object componentKey) {
        return delegate.noComponentFound(container, componentKey);

    public void rethrowLifecycleFailuresException() {
        throw new LifecycleFailuresException(lifecycleFailures);

     * Subclass of {@link PicoException} that is thrown when the collected
     * lifecycle failures need to be be collectively rethrown.
     * @author Paul Hammant
     * @author Mauro Talevi
    public final class LifecycleFailuresException extends PicoException {

        private final List lifecycleFailures;

        public LifecycleFailuresException(List lifecycleFailures) {
            this.lifecycleFailures = lifecycleFailures;

        public String getMessage() {
            StringBuffer message = new StringBuffer();
            for (Object lifecycleFailure : lifecycleFailures) {
                Exception failure = (Exception)lifecycleFailure;
                message.append(failure.getMessage()).append(";  ");
            return message.toString();

        public Collection getFailures() {
            return lifecycleFailures;

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