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From "Ross Burton" <ros...@lineone.net>
Subject Re: 1.1 vs 1.2 - possible Collections problem
Date Wed, 05 Apr 2000 17:05:52 GMT


> I've just been looking at the 1.1 Collections README:
>
> http://java.sun.com/beans/infobus/collectionsreadme.html
>
> "Since these classes are direct copies of their 1.2 counterparts with the
> package names changed, the API's are 100% identical with the one
significant
> exception that since they are in different packages they are distinct Java
> types and cannot be cast/assigned between each other."
>
> There is thus one possible problem. Any communication between Cocoon and
the
> web-applications (for example, webapp calling a Cocoon utility method),
> which uses collections (if any), must use the same collection import
> statements as Cocoon. Is this going to be a problem?

Personally, I doubt it.  Most webapps (etc) only directly call the engine,
or really a wrapper class around the engine (such as ServletCocoon). These
interfaces are defined and do not need to use Collections.

Ross


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