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From "Yanick Duchesne" <>
Subject Jelly and context scope
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2003 16:34:50 GMT
I am using Jelly to instantiate the components of an application; format
looks as follows (a simplified version of original):

    <property name="port" value="1099"/>

    <component name="A" class="org.acme.CompA">

        <!-- overrides global port -->
        <property name="port" value="1100"/>


   <!-- 1099 should be used as value for port -->
    <component name="B" class="org.acme.CompB">


I have implemented Jelly tags for my configuration format; The format
supports defining 'property' elements that internally associate a name/value
pair to the current JellyContext. Properties can be overriden at the
component level (see 'component' element above) but these properties should
have component scope only. I thought Jelly supported this, but it seems it
doesn't: in my example, component B receives 1100 as a port value when, if
scoped context would be supported, it should receive the "global" port
defined under the root element.

In my code, I call the setInherit(true) method on the initial JellyContext;
does not have any effect. Is there a work-around?

Yanick Duchesne
Software Architect
Architecte d'applications
tel +1 514 286 8187 x 3009

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