get SchedulerService from annotated Component in Confluence

I have an annotated component that works well.

However I could not get access to the SchedulerService through annotation.

@Component
@ExportAsService({HealthCheckMonitorService.class})
@Named("health-check-monitor-service")
public class HealthCheckMonitorServiceImpl
        implements InitializingBean, DisposableBean, HealthCheckMonitorService {

When I tried to get the SchedulerService this way.

@ComponentImport
private SchedulerService schedulerService;

I got the following error.

did not enable within 5 seconds.The plugin should not take this long to enable. Will only attempt to load plugin for another '25' seconds.
.
.
actualEnable Unable to start the following plugins due to timeout while waiting for plugin to enable

When I tried this.

@Qualifier("schedulerService")
private SchedulerService schedulerService;

Instead I saw this result.

found for dependency: expected at least 1 bean which qualifies as autowire candidate for this dependency. Dependency annotations: {}; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No qualifying bean of type [com.atlassian.scheduler.SchedulerService] found for dependency:

 

My workaround was to do the following in my constructor.

@Inject
public HealthCheckMonitorServiceImpl(HealthCheckService healthCheckService){
    this.schedulerService = ComponentLocator.getComponent(SchedulerService.class);
    this.healthCheckService = healthCheckService;
}


Question: Is there any way to get that component through annotation?  It would be much more elegant. 

Note: This is Confluence 5.9.11.

1 answer

This appeared to go away when I switched my pom.xml to 5.10.5 for Confluence.

 

In other words, the following works great.

@ComponentImport
private SchedulerService schedulerService;

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