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org.springframework.messaging.handler.invocation.InvocableHandlerMethod should not mention "controller" [SPR-15139] #19705

spring-issuemaster opened this issue Jan 13, 2017 · 1 comment


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commented Jan 13, 2017

Artem Bilan opened SPR-15139 and commented

I understand that org.springframework.messaging.handler.invocation.InvocableHandlerMethod has been evolved from the org.springframework.web.method.suppor.InvocableHandlerMethod, but it really does nothing about @Controller.

Consider to revise all the top level logging messages do not mention controller word.
Let's say just target (or service) is enough!

Otherwise it is confusing a bit when an exception happens.

In addition it would be great to throw something like MethodArgumentResolutionException in the case:

if (args[i] == null) {
	String msg = getArgumentResolutionErrorMessage("No suitable resolver for argument", i);
	throw new IllegalStateException(msg);

Instead of that IllegalStateException.

In Spring Integration we have a use-case when we would like to fallback to SpEL method invocation if InvocableHandlerMethod fails with arguments resolution.

Right, there is no that generic MethodArgumentResolutionException, only AbstractMethodArgumentResolutionException hierarchy, but what does stop us to improve that part?


Affects: 4.3.5, 5.0 M4

Issue Links:

  • #19752 InvocableHandlerMethod should call GenericTypeResolver with getBeanType() and only once

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commented Jan 16, 2017

Juergen Hoeller commented

I've revised InvocableHandlerMethod's exception messages (controller vs endpoint and consistent handler method terminology) and introduced a dedicated MethodArgumentResolutionException in the invocation package for spring-messaging, deprecating the previous AbstractMethodArgumentResolutionException which was designed as a base class in the handler annotation package only.

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