2012 spring added bean-profiles which is similar to project-stages added in myfaces-codi 2010. deltaspike improved and unified the project-stage concept. for the average case it's (imo) easier to handle than bean-profiles. however, from time to time users come up with some very special edge-cases which can be done with (custom) expressions supported by @Exclude. per definition such cases can get quite complex and usually there is an easier approach with deltaspike. in all the years (on the mailing-lists and in projects) i just saw one case which would really benefit a bit from the (imo) more complex bean-profiles approach. even in that case the result wasn't just "bad luck" and a questionable workaround as a result. instead it is possible to implements bean-profiles as a deltaspike-addon with less than 30 lines of code.
the usage is quite simple.
a type-safe approach based on cdi-stereotypes is supported as well.
the usage of the type-safe approach is also straightforward:
enabling 1-n profiles can be done with any active config-source.
the implementation including tests are available at ds-multi-profile-addon.