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From "Glyn Normington" <>
Subject RE: Modified
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2002 09:37:01 GMT


WSDDDeployableItem.makeNewInstance contains the code:

if (h != null) {
    if ( qname != null )

but WSDDTargetedChain.makeNewInstance happily constructs a pivot handler
and a targeted chain without setting their name or options. Since
WSDDTargetedChain extends WSDDDeployableItem, the former should be a
specialisation of the latter, so I'm wondering why the name and option
setting is not inherited. I'm not saying they should be inherited, just
that I don't understand why they are not.


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What do you think is missing?

Actually I also thoought so, but then I took a closer look and figured it's
all good...

-- Igor Sedukhin .. (
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-----Original Message-----
From: Glyn Normington []
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 11:42 AM
Subject: RE: Modified


Thanks for sorting out Chen's problem.

I'm still a bit puzzled about the makeNewInstance methods in
WSDDDeployableItem and WSDDTargetedChain. It does look as though there is
some missing code in WSDDTargetedChain. Can anyone explain the difference?


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