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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject RE: use DefaultConfiguration class (avalon API)
Date Sun, 03 Mar 2002 18:24:32 GMT
> From: yuryx [mailto:yuryx@mobicomk.donpac.ru]
> 
> >Creating configuration object is quite simple. Snippet from
> >JavascriptProgram.java:
> >--------------------------------------
> >        config = new DefaultConfiguration("", "GeneratorSelector");
> >        child = new DefaultConfiguration("file", "");
> >        child.setValue(file.toString());
> >        config.addChild(child);
> >
> >        for (Iterator i = dependecies.iterator(); i.hasNext(); ) {
> >            child = new DefaultConfiguration("dependency", "");
> >            child.setValue(i.next().toString());
> >            config.addChild(child);
> >        }
> >--------------------------------------
> >
> >Vadim
>
> Thanx Vadim, but what is the dependecies ? It's may be  something
class
> (object)?

It's a Collection object if you take a look at the source file mentioned
above. In the current context (how-to-create-configuration-object) it is
totally does not matter what it is. What you need is to understand how
configuration is created and how to add children and how to set values.

> And how define path-to-file ? As full path (real path like
> /home/.../config.file) or with cocoon-context path (like
> docs/samples/config.file)?

That's your file, so you are the person to know where your file is
located.

Vadim


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