JAX-RS Providers on Client and on Server

In this article I’d like to explain two things. First, what to do when you want to restrict JAX-RS providers to be used on, for example, client-side only. And second, what are the issues (and how to solve them) with injecting providers when you create and register instances of them directly.

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Intercepting Jersey resource method calls

Sometimes it would be nice to have a possibility to wrap a resource method call. Imagine a use-case in which you need to process business code, placed in your resource method, in a transaction (open transaction before resource method, commit or rollback transaction at the end) or apply some advanced security constraints. If you’re using JAX-RS together with CDI in your application it’s not a problem to do such things. Fortunately, with Jersey it’s also possible to do those things outside of CDI.

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