Initializing actor with Props


I have the following FSM

public class ActorOnFsm { public static enum State { FirstState, SecondState, ThirdState, FourthState } public static final class ServiceData { } public class ActorFSM extends AbstractFSM<State, ServiceData> { { startWith(FirstState, new ServiceData()); when(FirstState, matchEvent(SomeMessage.class, ServiceData.class, (powerOn, noData) -> goTo(SecondState) .replying(SecondState)) ); when(SecondState, matchEvent(SomeOtherMessage.class, ServiceData.class, (powerOn, noData) -> goTo(ThirdState) .replying(ThirdState)) ); when(FirstState, matchEvent(soemErrorMessage.class, ServiceData.class, (powerOn, noData) -> goTo(FourthState) .replying(FourthState)) ); initialize(); } } }

I initialize the actor like this

final Props props = Props.create(ActorOnFsm.class); final ActorRef underTest = system.actorOf(props);

This gives an error " unknown actor creator [ActorOnFsm] on the line

final Props props = Props.create(ActorOnFsm.class);

Wht is the correct way to initialize this actor?

I also tried changing the class to extend AbstractLogging but same result

I also tried creating an empty constructor but same result

Tried sending the state and data in the props but still get the same error

final Props props = Props.create(DeployerOnFsm.class, state, data);


The class that you should pass to the Props factory is ActorFSM, which is defined inside ActorOnFsm:

final Props props = Props.create(ActorOnFsm.ActorFSM.class);

However, there may be issues with passing an inner class to the Props factory. It would be more conventional to make ActorFSM a top-level class, in which case the call to Props would change to:

final Props props = Props.create(ActorFSM.class);

Also, you appear to have a typo in one of your state transitions:

when(FirstState, matchEvent(soemErrorMessage.class, // ^

Presumably, you intended to write SomeErrorMessage.class instead of soemErrorMessage.class.