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From "James Strachan" <>
Subject Re: Messenger DTDs, XSDs...?
Date Wed, 10 Jul 2002 10:10:40 GMT
From: "Spam Cut" <>
> Thanks for your reply. I am *somewhat* familiar with
> Digester. I know that it is common practice for
> XML->Java mapping utilities to use setter methods to
> populate beans from attributes/elements with the same
> name (setFoo(String foo) with attribute/element
> 'foo'). However, I found in another posting...
> ...that one could use durable subscriptions in the
> following manner:
> <messenger name="foo" durable="true">
>     <factory transacted="true" >
>         ...
> My question is... is there any way that I could have
> known that without reading it on the mailing list? I
> looked at the Messenger interface and I couldn't find
> a setter method such as "setDurable(boolean durable)".
> Maybe I can browse the source code... where in the
> source code is the attribute "durable" handled?

There's now a DTD for messenger.xml and subscriptions.xml. Michael Rimov
just posted them to me and they're now in CVS. Though proper documentation
for these 2 DTDs would be nice as a next step...


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