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From Diana Shannon <shan...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Question was: Re: [RT] reconsidering pipeline semantics
Date Thu, 04 Jul 2002 02:26:32 GMT
Can someone help fill in the holes below?

On Wednesday, July 3, 2002, at 10:10  AM, Jason Foster wrote:

> We should really get this in a FAQ somewhere!
>
>>> What's the difference between having two pipelines with one matcher
>>> each, and one pipeline with two matchers?
>>
>> If there is no other difference in pipeline declarations, then none.
>>
>> Pipelines can differ by:
>> 	- visibility: internal (not accessible for external requests) or
>> normal
>> 	- error handling: using different <handle-errors>s.
>> 	- cachability (since 2.1): some requests can use cached responses
>> from caching pipeline, while the others should not be cached, so you 
>> should
>> use non-caching pipeline implementation
>> 	- logical grouping: you can group logically related parts into
>> separate pipelines

Why? For ease of administrative/management concerns?

>>
>> Pipelines can also have an 'id', but I don't know how it's used, so 
>> you can
>> have different 'id's for your pipelines.

Any information about the intended purpose of id?
>>
>> Maybe I've forgot something, but this should be enough for 
>> understanding.
>

Did he forget anything?

Diana


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