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JSF 2.3 : Injection supports in Converter, Validator and Behavior

Injection supports in Converter, Validator and Behavior

In JSF 2.3, Converter, Validator and Behavior are refactored to generic interfaces.
Have a look at the Converter interface.
public interface Converter<T> {

    public T getAsObject(FacesContext context, UIComponent component,
                              String value);

    public String getAsString(FacesContext context, UIComponent component,
                              T value);  
}
And these interfaces also support @Inject and also can be injected into other beans, which are originally planned in JSF 2.2, but delayed to be implemented in JSF 2.3.
Let's create a simple sample to taste it. TagsConverter is used to convert tag string to a tag list in backing bean.
@FacesConverter(value = "tagsConverter", managed = true)
public class TagsConverter implements Converter<List<String>> {
    
    @Inject
    ConverterUtils utils;

    @Override
    public List<String> getAsObject(FacesContext context, UIComponent component, String value) {
       return utils.stringToList(value);
    }

    @Override
    public String getAsString(FacesContext context, UIComponent component, List<String> value) {
       return utils.listToString(value);
    }

}
managed = true indicates the converter is a CDI managed converter.
To demonstrate @Inject supports in Converter, I extracted the conversion handling process into a CDI bean ConverterUtils, and inject it in TagsConverter.
@ApplicationScoped
public class ConverterUtils {

    @Inject
    Logger LOG;

    public String listToString(List<String> value) {
        LOG.log(Level.INFO, "listToString:{0}", value);
        return value != null ? join(",", value) : "";
    }

    public List<String> stringToList(String value) {
        LOG.log(Level.INFO, "stringToList:{0}", value);
        return value != null ? Arrays.asList(value.split(",")) : Collections.<String>emptyList();
    }

}
Now you can apply this converter on an input field in a facelets template.
 <div>
 <h:outputLabel for="tags" value="Tags" />
 <h:inputText 
  id="tags" 
  value="#{backingBean.tags}">
  <f:converter converterId="tagsConverter" />
 </h:inputText>    
</div>
The backingBean code is:
@RequestScoped
@Named
public class BackingBean {


    List<String> tags = new ArrayList<>();


    public List<String> getTags() {
        return tags;
    }

    public void setTags(List<String> tags) {
        this.tags = tags;
    }

   

}
And the TagsConverter can be injected into other beans like other generic CDI beans.
@RequestScoped
@Named
public class BackingBean {

    @Inject
    @FacesConverter(value="tagsConverter", managed = true)
    TagsConverter mytagsConverter;
 
 List<String> mytags = new ArrayList<>();
 
 public List<String> getMytags() {
        return mytags;
    }

    public void setMytags(List<String> mytags) {
        this.mytags = mytags;
    }

//...

}
In the facelets template, we can bind it to the converter directly.
<div>
 <h:outputLabel for="mytags" value="My Tags" />
 <h:inputText 
  id="mytags" 
  value="#{backingBean.mytags}">
  <f:converter binding="#{backingBean.mytagsConverter}"/>
 </h:inputText>     
</div>
Let's run this sample on Glassfish v5, open browser and navigate to http://localhost:8080/jsf-converter/converter.faces.
jsf converter
Grab the source codes from my github account, and have a try.
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