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From Jiang Ning <ning.ji...@iona.com>
Subject Re: Custom transport - failed at first hurdle
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2006 06:14:43 GMT
Hi Richard,

Some Comments are in the mail :)

Shaw, Richard A wrote:

>I've failed at the first hurdle with my custom transport -
>
>I don't know how to tell CXF that it exists.
>  
>
CXF using TransportFactory which bind to the name space to create new 
transport instance. You can reference the DanD just had mention.

>I wanted to start by creating within my project - not in the CXF source tree. Not sure
if I put it in the CXF source tree whether it would automatically get installed.
>  
>
If you want to your transport component be loaded by CXF, just need you 
to register the TransportFactory to the CXF bus as extension.
When CXF Bus start up, it will try to load  all the  bus-extensions.xml 
in its class path.

>I've looked long and hard at the source and can't make it out - the test case for the
extension manager didn't give me any clues either. Hopefully somebody can give me a quick
and easy answer. 
>
>Richard Shaw
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