InjectOnConstructorOfAbstractClass
Constructors on abstract classes are never directly @Injected, only the constructors of their subclasses can be @Inject'ed.

Category
INJECT
Severity
WARNING
Maturity

The problem

When dependency injection frameworks call constructors, they can only do so on constructors of concrete classes, which can delegate to superclass constructors. In the case of abstract classes, their constructors are only called by their concrete subclasses, not directly by injection frameworks, so the @Inject annotation has no effect.

Suppression

Suppress false positives by adding an @SuppressWarnings("InjectOnConstructorOfAbstractClass") annotation to the enclosing element.