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From Santiago Gala <sg...@hisitech.com>
Subject Re: Using current Torque with Jetspeed - a few problems...
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2002 21:54:27 GMT
Chris Kimpton wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I am nearly there with this.... pending a few turbine patches to be
>committed.
>
>Anyone got any concerns with this in general?
>
>--- Chris Kimpton <kimptoc_mail@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>Turbine points::
>>
>>I have had to add a log4j.properties file covering the stratum,
>>torque and fulcrum appenders - this doesn't sound right - but maybe
>>this is the first time several disparate log4j-using components
>>have
>>been used together?
>>
>
>Since torque and some of the other new components use log4j, it seems
>the cleanest way forward is to default to using log4j file logging
>for jetspeed.
>
>Is that ok with everyone?
>
I thought we were already using it, but as we are using Turbine logging 
service I could be wrong. At least you could configure log4j as default 
logger.

>
>>
>>Jetspeed points::
>>
>>The DatabasePsmlManagerService uses Torque (in the import) - I
>>tried
>>to move it the late init, but that seems to never get called for
>>that
>>service...
>>
>
>I got this working - so the dbpsml import is now done in the late
>init (due to its reliance on Torque which is loaded between early and
>late inits).
>
>Any concerns with this?  Obviously its an impact on the first user -
>but then again, it should probably be turned off once the first
>import is done anyway...
>
I have global concerns with service initialization in turbine2, but none 
specially with this.



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