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From Santiago Gala Pérez <sg...@hisitech.com>
Subject Re: [Pluto] basic architecture
Date Mon, 06 Oct 2003 16:13:35 GMT

El viernes, 3 octu, 2003, a las 11:01 Europe/Madrid, Steven Parkes 
escribió:

> 	The question here is: does Pluto "hook into" the internals of
> Tomcat? See,
> 	I can't understand anything else. Wars have separation, and
> since a Portal
> 	App is a Web App, then Pluto and Tomcat must reside "on the same
> level",
> 	right?
>
> The portal webapp in pluto requires <Context crossContext="true" .../>
> and uses ServletContext.getContext to access portletapps.  The portal


I'm sure about this one.

> webapp and portletapps also have to share static class variables in the
> portlet container, so the portlet container jar has to be in a 
> directory
> such as $CATALINA_HOME/shared/lib.
>

I'm not so sure about this one. Pluto currently does it, but I'm not 
sure it is required. Do you have any specific example of this need?


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