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From Eran Chinthaka <chinth...@opensource.lk>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Dispatchers in org.apache.axis2.engine package
Date Sun, 24 Jun 2007 23:42:07 GMT
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I have no objection to this but is there something you will gain by
doing this or rather is there a problem if we leave them as it is? This
is some what similar to the question Sanjiva was asking and had become
the theme for me when I am doing any change to Axis2. If something is
not broken, why bother trying to fix it and create probably un-necessary
trouble.

The reason I am telling like that is, we are getting hammered for
ClassNotFoundExceptions and MethodNotFoundExceptions in the users list.
Simply we do too much of refactoring. Most users are now familiar with
some internals of Axis2 and not only those few public APIs.

I am repeating my self, I have no objection to this, but just wanted to
give some ideas before any refactoring :)

Chinthaka

Davanum Srinivas wrote:
> Team,
> 
> Anyone object to moving the following classes to
> org.apache.axis2.dispatchers?
> 
> AddressingBasedDispatcher.java
> HTTPLocationBasedDispatcher.java
> InstanceDispatcher.java
> RequestURIBasedDispatcher.java
> RequestURIOperationDispatcher.java
> SOAPActionBasedDispatcher.java
> SOAPMessageBodyBasedDispatcher.java
> 
> Leaving AbstractDispatcher.java as-is in org.apache.axis2.engine
> 
> thanks,
> dims
> 

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