Another issue, which may be related.

When I use the following to look up a bean, the bean doesn't have a default
qualifier but BeanManager.getReference is attempting to add one

beanManager.getReference(bean, bean.getBeanClass(),

This was just a regular bean, not a third party bean.

On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 8:07 AM John D. Ament <> wrote:

> Hey guys
> Before I create a ticket, I wanted to understand from your POV.  I'm not
> sure if it's a spec issue.
> I noticed in OWB when I do CDI.current().select(SomeClass, someQualifiers)
> the resulting instance includes a Default qualifier.  However, when I do
> CDI.current().select(SomeClass).select(someQualifiers) it does not.
> I noticed that adding the Default qualifier was done in this commit [1].
> However, I don't believe this is correct.  I looked through the spec, I
> can't find any reference that the instance should have a default qualifier
> on it.
> This causes an issue with 3rd party beans.  If I try to do something like
> programmatically lookup a bean where the qualifiers don't include a default
> qualifier, then the lookup fails.
> John

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