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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29968] - JXPathContext.setTypeConverter()
Date Tue, 13 Jul 2004 11:48:30 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From xdury@hotmail.com  2004-07-13 11:48 -------
well, the problem lies with the static nature of all those utils. Developping 
applications in a big company and deploying them on the same JVM might cause 
some troubles if one application messes with the TypeUtils or ConvertUtils (at 
the moment, it is one of my biggest fears for the project I'm working on). 
That's why BeanUtils component now has a ConvertUtilsBean that can be 
instancied and so can be registered for each application. JXPath is such a 
wonderful library and is used at many levels in my project, maybe I should keep 
it secret so nobody else would use it in my company =)

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