The BeanConfigurator#produceWith(Function) method is intended to simulate a producer method, and is quite convenient.
The Function that it takes accepts one parameter which is of type Instance<Object>. This is supposed to allow "faking" parameter injection in a producer method.
One of the parameters that you commonly want in a producer method is the InjectionPoint for which the return value of the producer method is destined.
If you try to "get" this InjectionPoint like this:
...the InjectionPoint returned is not the one you want, but instead a strange InjectionPoint that seems to represent something in the Instance class itself.
The InjectionPoint javadocs say this about the matter:
If the injection point is a dynamically selected reference obtained [sic] then the metadata obtain [sic] reflects the injection point of the Instance, with the required type and any additional required qualifers [sic] defined by Instance.select().
I observe that Weld's behavior in this case matches the javadocs (if I'm understanding them right), but surely I should be able to get the InjectionPoint that is being serviced by my simulated producer method.