Dependency injection names?

I want to create my own dependency injection in my Java code and wonder what the names would be for different parts.

Lets say I have an Interface X.
It is being implemented by my class Y w.   ich is ijected with my class Z at creation time. What would sensible names be then?
FooBarInterface
FooBarService
FooBarHandler

Any better ideas?
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
You haven't given enough information to begin to advise on good names for YOUR situation. That is the issue here, it is totally dependant on YOUR particular application/design.

But maybe giving you an example of a more real-world case (rather than X, Y, Z and FooBar...). So say you have a need to get products from an inventory database. At a really high level you might have a "ProductService" class and it needs to be injected with an instance of the "ProductDataSource" interface. Therefore, you might implement an "OracleProductDataSource" class that implements the ProductDataSource interface by accessing an Oracle database to actually fetch the required information. In production, you can inject an instance of that class into your ProductService. And then in testing you could create a "TestProductDataSource" class that just provides some test data to assist in testing your ProductService.

This is still somewhat theoretical and depending on the application you may even break this up into additional levels, but it is just an example for possible naming conventions and the one that I try and use. The main theme from the above, is that I usually DON'T have Interface in the name of my interfaces, and classes that implement my interfaces "prepend" some descriptive word(s) to the front of the interface name. Just one more quick example to give you the idea... you might have an EventProducer interface and implementations of it called KeyboardEventProducer and MouseEventProducer, etc.
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