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From Ralph Goers <ralph.go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: [CONFIGURATION] need help with DefaultConfigurationBuilder and CombinedConfiguration
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2008 05:19:57 GMT
Yes, that would be true. However, if you use the Spring factory then  
you should be able to inject both your beans with the same  
configuration.

On Dec 18, 2008, at 8:33 PM, Rusty Wright wrote:

> Thanks; I'll try the Spring factory.
>
> It seems rather unfortunate that the no arg version of  
> getConfiguration() returns Configuration while the boolean arg  
> version returns CombinedConfiguration.  Because I'm paranoid, and it  
> seems bogus to just blithely cast the return value from the no arg  
> method, I'll use the Spring factory which allows you to specify a  
> method argument.
>
> I didn't explain all of my investigation as to why it's blowing up;  
> it seems to be because you can't call getConfiguration(true) more  
> than once, in my situation at least where the config is unchanging,  
> a file on disk.  So my Ftp class was getting called with  
> getConfiguration(true) and then the Email class was doing that too.   
> If I changed the Email class to use false instead of true then it  
> didn't blow up.
>
> Ralph Goers wrote:
>> First, why not do
>> <bean id="configurationBuilder"  
>> class="org.apache.commons.configuration.DefaultConfigurationBuilder">
>>  <property name="fileName" value="test-config-xml.xml"/>
>> </bean
>> <bean id="appConfig" factory-bean="configurationBuilder" factory- 
>> method="getConfiguration"/>
>> Then declare your component to take a CombinedConfiguration instead  
>> of the builder.
>> Next, you've supplied the constructor for a class named FtpEdt yet  
>> your stack trace shows the failure in a class named Email. What is  
>> that class doing?
>> Ralph
>> On Dec 18, 2008, at 5:59 PM, Rusty Wright wrote:
>>> I'm using Spring to autowire things together; in my Spring test- 
>>> applicationContext.xml I have
>>>
>>>  <bean id="configurationBuilder"  
>>> class 
>>> ="org.apache.commons.configuration.DefaultConfigurationBuilder">
>>>       <property name="fileName" value="test-config-xml.xml" />
>>>  </bean>
>>>
>>> In test-config-xml.xml I have
>>>
>>>  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
>>>
>>>  <configuration>
>>>      <xml
>>>          config-name="ftp"
>>>          fileName="properties/ftp.xml"
>>>      />
>>>
>>>      <xml
>>>          config-name="email"
>>>          fileName="properties/email.xml"
>>>      />
>>>  </configuration>
>>>
>>> And ftp.xml contains
>>>
>>>  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
>>>
>>>  <ftp>
>>>      <server>${ftp.server}</server>
>>>
>>>      <login>${ftp.login}</login>
>>>
>>>      <password>${ftp.password}</password>
>>>
>>>      <siteCmd>${ftp.siteCmd}</siteCmd>
>>>  </ftp>
>>>
>>> The ${} placeholders are replaced by maven when I run my tests.   
>>> The email.xml file contains similar entries.
>>>
>>> In my class that uses the DefaultConfigurationBuilder, it's  
>>> injected by Spring in its constructor:
>>>
>>>  @Autowired
>>>  public FtpEdt(final DefaultConfigurationBuilder configBuilder)
>>>          throws ConfigurationException {
>>>      super();
>>>
>>>      final CombinedConfiguration combinedConfig =  
>>> configBuilder.getConfiguration(true);
>>>
>>>      final Configuration config =  
>>> combinedConfig.getConfiguration("ftp");
>>>
>>>      this.server = config.getString("server");
>>>
>>>      if (this.server == null)
>>>          throw (new IllegalStateException("server not set"));
>>>
>>> The problem is when the Email class's constructor is called, which  
>>> looks very similar, it blows up on the  
>>> configBuilder.getConfiguration(true); with
>>>
>>> Caused by:  
>>> org.apache.commons.configuration.ConfigurationRuntimeException: A  
>>> configuration with the name 'ftp' already exists in this combined  
>>> configuration!
>>>      at  
>>> org 
>>> .apache 
>>> .commons 
>>> .configuration 
>>> .CombinedConfiguration.addConfiguration(CombinedConfiguration.java: 
>>> 315) [commons-configuration-1.5.jar:1.5]
>>>      at  
>>> org 
>>> .apache 
>>> .commons 
>>> .configuration 
>>> .DefaultConfigurationBuilder 
>>> .initCombinedConfiguration(DefaultConfigurationBuilder.java:572)  
>>> [commons-configuration-1.5.jar:1.5]
>>>      at  
>>> org 
>>> .apache 
>>> .commons 
>>> .configuration 
>>> .DefaultConfigurationBuilder 
>>> .getConfiguration(DefaultConfigurationBuilder.java:501) [commons- 
>>> configuration-1.5.jar:1.5]
>>>      at edu.berkeley.ist.cars.net.email.Email.<init>(Email.java: 
>>> 41) [classes/:na]
>>>      ...
>>>
>>> So I guess I don't understand how to use the CombinedConfiguration  
>>> and the DefaultConfigurationBuilder; can someone give me some  
>>> hints for how to do this?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
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