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From Paul Hammant <Paul_Hamm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Newbe Questions about Components
Date Sat, 01 Dec 2001 00:18:35 GMT

>Hi Paul.  Thanks for your reply.
No probs.

>>No, not all classes need to be components.
>That is what I thought, but could you elaborate more here?  How would my
>non-component classes access component services like logging and
Extending AsbtractLogEnabled or implementing LogEnabled is what you want 
for those.  Somthing that is logged has to invoke the enableLogging(..) 

>I didn't see any documentation about how to use the
>ExcaliburComponentManager from within a servlet environment.  I created
>a singleton class called ComponentContainer that uses the
>ExcaliburComponentManager.  Is this the common way to do set this up?
Not my area... sorry.

>I suppose, I could just get the instance of my singleton
>ComponentContainer class in any class in my application and then
>retrieve a component, but I thought this might not be very good
>I feel like I am asking pretty fundamental questions.  Have I missed
>some critical examples or documentation?
It's common.  We're all too close to the task to see things from the 
newbie point of view.

If OK with you, when we "get there" could you write a couple or 
paragraphs under the title of "how to log enable normal classes without 
making them Components" ?  We'd put it in the FAQ with your name as 
author.. some small fame ;-)


- Paul H

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