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From "Henning P. Schmiedehausen" <>
Subject Re: [Configuration] why is JNDIConfiguration.getContext() private?
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2004 16:55:01 GMT
Emmanuel Bourg <> writes:

>Hi !

>Jung, Eric wrote:

>> Hi,
>> Firstly, I love Configuration and have been using it in multiple projects at
>> multiple jobs for quite some time now.

>Thanks ! That's always great to hear from our users :)

>> I'd like to use JNDIConfiguration to retrieve configuration values from a
>> remote JNDI repository. However, I can't find a way to configure
>> JNDIConfiguration to communicate with a remote repository. Since I can't
>> rely on, I need a programmatic way to point
>> JNDIConfiguration to remote repository. 

>You are right, the current implementation is too restrictive. We should 
>have a set/getContext() method, and two constructors :

>JNDIConfiguration() : use the default context
>JNDIConfiguration(Context) : use the specified context

>I'm nominating this change for the 1.0 final release.

+1, if we have an RC2 before the final release with this change. 


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