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import com.ensode.cdiintro.stereotype.NamedSessionScoped;
public class StereotypeClient implements Serializable {
private String property1;
private String property2;
public String getProperty1() {
return property1;
public void setProperty1(String property1) {
this.property1 = property1;
public String getProperty2() {
return property2;
public void setProperty2(String property2) {
this.property2 = property2;
We annotated the StereotypeClient class with our NamedSessionScoped stereotype,
which is equivalent to using the @Named and @SessionScoped annotations.
Interceptor binding types
One of the advantages of EJBs is that they allow us to easily perform aspect-oriented
programming ( AOP ) via interceptors. CDI allows us to write interceptor binding
types; this lets us bind interceptors to beans and the beans do not have to depend
on the interceptor directly. Interceptor binding types are annotations that are
themselves annotated with @InterceptorBinding .
Creating an interceptor binding type in NetBeans involves creating a new file,
selecting the Contexts and Dependency Injection category, and selecting the
Interceptor Binding Type file type.
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