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From Peter Donald <pe...@apache.org>
Subject Re: MX4J Stylesheets repository
Date Thu, 01 Aug 2002 04:08:48 GMT

I added in support for specifying a directory (relative to phoenix.home) where 
you can store in stylesheets. You add in the following to configuration of 
manager and it should work. Have not really tested this fully though :)


On Wed, 31 Jul 2002 20:06, Ulrich Mayring wrote:
> Hello all,
> one good thing about MX4J is that its output is modifiable via XSLT
> stylesheets. For example, we'd like to create a new tab "Statistics" for
> our sar-applications, where we show some graphs and numbers.
> Now, the problem currently is that the stylesheets are packed into the
> mx4j-tools.jar under mx4j/adaptor/http/xsl/*
> Every time we want to modify one of the stylesheets, we have to unjar
> the file, make our changes, jar it and restart Phoenix. This is
> time-consuming and interrupts a service. Plus, whenever we update MX4J
> to a new version, we have to manually merge our changes into the new JAR.
> To solve these problems MX4J has a feature to specify a directory as
> stylesheet repository and one can set a caching-parameter to false, so
> that stylesheets are checked for changes and reloaded as necessary.
> Example:
> ObjectName processorName = new ObjectName("Server:name=XSLTProcessor");
> server.createMBean("mx4j.adaptor.http.XSLTProcessor", processorName, null);
> // set it to use a dir
> server.setAttribute(processorName, new Attribute("File",
> "/my/stylesheet/repository"));
> // set not to use cache
> server.setAttribute(processorName, new Attribute("UseCache",
> Boolean.FALSE));
> Would it be possible to enable these features in Phoenix?
> cheers,
> Ulrich


Peter Donald
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