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Subject Re: Re: [Fwd: Re: [HIVEMIND] Examples Please?]]
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2003 13:59:04 GMT
Am I doing something wrong?  When I tried to run your example, I got the output contained in
the attached file.  
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Harish Krishnaswamy 
  Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 9:43 AM
  Subject: [Fwd: Re: [Fwd: Re: [HIVEMIND] Examples Please?]]

  Apparently this was sent to myself :-( 

  -------- Original Message -------- Subject:  Re: [Fwd: Re: [HIVEMIND] Examples Please?]

        Date:  Tue, 16 Sep 2003 23:40:23 -0400 
        From:  Harish Krishnaswamy <> 
        To:  Harish Krishnaswamy <> 
        References:  <> 

  Trying again without HiveMind.jar. So you will have to download HiveMind.jar also.

  Harish Krishnaswamy wrote:

    I had to strip out the jars 'cause of the size and apache servers would n't let it go
through, I kept the HiveMind jar though. So you would want to download the following jars
to the lib folder.



    -------- Original Message -------- Subject:  Re: [HIVEMIND] Examples Please? 
          Date:  Tue, 16 Sep 2003 23:17:21 -0400 
          From:  Harish Krishnaswamy <> 
          To:  Jakarta Commons Developers List <> 
          References:  <000001c37cbd$6a416680$6501a8c0@DIM8300> 

James Carman wrote:

>Does anyone have a good example application (very simple, please) for
Unzip the attached zip to a folder and run target "run". Its a very 
simple Calculator service pretty much the same that would find on the 
website with two functions/services - add and subtract!

>  I would like to start using it and I just need a little nudge to
>get me going.  Like, how do I obtain a handle to a Registry object in the
>first place to set it as the default?  And, how many of these hivemind.xml
>files am I going to have to have floating around?
As many as you want. You can in fact bundle up everything in one mumbo 
module if you like!

>  It appears as if I need
>one for each package in my project, but only one can be in my jar file
>located at /META-INF/hivemind.xml?  Is this true?
No, you need one hivemodule.xml per module and a module can be anything 
you want like I said before.

>  If so, packaging an
>application could turn out to be rather tedious if I do indeed plan to
>separate things out into these small, testable modules.  I may be
>misunderstanding the documentation, though.  Anyway, if anyone has a good
>starter application (maybe even with the entire project set up with an Ant
>build script), I would be very appreciative.  I sure wish I would have known
>about hivemind before.  It looks as if it does everything (and more) that my
>little "business object factory" framework
>( does. 



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