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From Bill Lear <r...@zopyra.com>
Subject RE: [HiveMind] naming update
Date Thu, 18 Sep 2003 16:10:37 GMT
On Thursday, September 18, 2003 at 12:03:20 (-0400) Howard M. Lewis Ship writes:
>
>  <service service-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">
>  <implementation service-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">
>  <configuration-schema service-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">
>  <configuration service-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">
>
>Did you mean "point-id" or "config-id" or something (besides "service-id") in the last
two?

Hmm, are we not specifying a configuration schema for a service?  That
is, we are giving a recipe to the user for how to configure a service,
right?  Perhaps I'm confused and have inverted something mentally.

  <service service-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">
  <implementation service-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">

If we moved to "config-id":

  <configuration-schema config-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">
  <configuration config-id="org.puppies.math.Adder">

would "org.puppies.math.Adder" make sense?  If so, I say we retain
"service-id" throughout.  Please explain if I've misunderstood.


Bill

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