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From Daniel Fagerstrom <dani...@nada.kth.se>
Subject Re: sitemap, jx and flow design (was: servicemanager and jxtg)
Date Tue, 25 Jan 2005 13:23:14 GMT
BURGHARD √Čric wrote:

>Daniel Fagerstrom wrote:
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>>Instruction Access
>>==================
>>
>>What objects should instructions and macros be able to access? Curently
>>for the needs of the JXTG instructions, the instructions has access to a
>>ExpressionContext that contains the FOM "view" that is available in
>>expressions in JXTG. They also have access to an ExecutionContext that
>>currently contains a script manager and a map with macros, we might need
>>a SourceResolver also. There are also some other stuff that not are
>>relevant for the current discussion.
>>
>>The questions are:
>>
>>* Should the ExecutionContext also contain a ServiceManager?
>>
>>* Should the ExpressionContext also contain a ServiceManager? (makes the
>>ServiceManager available in expressions)
>>
>>IMO the ExecutionContext should have access to the ServiceManager and
>>the ExpressionContext shouldn't.
>>WDYT?
>>
>>Both the above question might be suitable for votes, but I think they
>>need more discussion about them before we do that.
>>
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>-1 if we can pass dom (perhaps bean too) with pipeline parameter (see my
>answer to stefano). +1 otherwise.
>
>What about starting defining a functionnal macros API, so that cforms could
>plug properly in jx ?
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I'm more interested in making cforms more template friendly.

/Daniel


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