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From Jun Yang <juny...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: [J2] container assembly scripts
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2004 19:25:11 GMT
David Sean Taylor wrote:

> On Wednesday, March 10, 2004, at 06:13  AM, David Le Strat wrote:
>> David,
>> Yes, Groovy rocks.  Just an idea, do you think we
>> could used layered components configuration?  Leave
>> the default config as we are doing now (in the
>> component jar), if someone wants to overwrite the
>> configuration they could add the overwriting file in
>> WEB-INF/classes.  Not sure how we could combine groovy
>> script or overwrite component registration but that
>> may be worth looking into.
>> Thoughts?
> Yes, I pointed that out in my last email (placing overriding scripts 
> in the WEB-INF/classes and the JVM will find it for us)
> The new scripts will naturally override the default ones based on the 
> class loader
> I don't think 'combining' scripts will be easily attainable
>> The other thing we need to figure out is how JMX will
>> fit and to which extent will we use it.
> Configuration is the next challenge...and I think its time to bring in 
> the Cornerstone configuration component (hint)
> I could see a configuration component supplying all simple properties 
> used in assembly by other components 

I have to confess that I haven't been able to put in nearly enough 
effort on J2.  My job commitments make it hard for me to spare time.  I 
was only able to start merging changes that made the simple JMX 
integration possible back into Cornerstone.  I will have to catch up 
with the great progress made recently and figure out how to use 
Cornerstone to help with configuration.

On a side note, we have successfully used Cornerstone in a medium-sized 
project that was just completed.  My current project (large) will be 
completely built using Cornerstone.  This will be the third project in 
my company that uses Cornerstone.


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