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From Alex Chen <>
Subject Re: Injecting the configuration programmatically
Date Fri, 15 Dec 2006 06:17:13 GMT
Hi Jervis,

Unfortunate, that doesn't work for me due to special OSGI classloader 
mechanism used by Eclipse plugin: it can't access META-INF/cxf/cxf.xml 
directly from a jar.


Liu, Jervis wrote:
> Hi Alex, you do not need to provide SpringBusFactory with a config file, by default SpringBusFactory
loads its config file from META-INF/cxf/cxf.xml within cxf-rt-core-2.0-incubator-M1-SNAPSHOT.jar.
So just use SpringBusFactory.createBus()
> Cheers,
> Jervis
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Alex Chen []
>> Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 10:06 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: Injecting the configuration programmatically
>> Hi Eoghan,
>> I have a task to use CXF inside Eclipse plugin, so I wonder 
>> what's the 
>> minimum configuration arguments for initializing CXF bus properly?
>> If I use SpringBusFactory.createBus(String cfgFile) and supply the 
>> default cxf.xml find in 
>> cxf-rt-core-2.0-incubator-M1-SNAPSHOT.jar, does 
>> that enough?
>> thanks,
>> --Alex
>> Glynn, Eoghan wrote:
>>> Well if you just want to specify a particular configuration 
>> file programmatically, then the simplest way is to use the 
>> SpringBusFactory.createBus(String cfgFile) API.
>>> If you want to *completely* replace the Spring Configurer 
>> with your own implementation, then use:
>>>    Bus.setExtension(Configurer.class, myConfigurer);
>>> If you want to *selectively* inject property values for 
>> some particular beans (but let the other beans pick up their 
>> property values from the config file as usual), then I think 
>> there's some work to do. I'm no Spring expert, and Andrea 
>> would be really be person to comment definitively on this. 
>> However seeing as she's on vacation, I'd guess you could try 
>> down-casting the Configurer bus extension to an 
>> org.springframework.beans.factory.wiring.BeanConfigurerSupport
>> , then call setBeanFactory() on this to set your own fa├žade 
>> implementation of 
>> org.springframework.beans.factory.config.AutowireCapableBeanFa
>> ctory. Then in autowireBeanProperties() and 
>> applyBeanPropertyValues(), check if the bean being configured 
>> is the one you want to selectively inject specific property 
>> values into. If so, go ahead and do this. If not, delegate to 
>> the original bean factory.
>>> There may well be a simpler and better way of doing this. 
>> For example to avoid getting tangled up in the Spring logic, 
>> you could just extend the 
>> org.apache.cxf.configuartion.spring.ConfigurerImpl to allow 
>> values for specific beans to be injected into say a local 
>> map, which is then checked before configureBean() delegates 
>> to the super-class implementation [i.e. 
>> org.springframework.beans.factory.wiring.BeanConfigurerSupport
>> .configureBean()].
>>> As always, I'm open to correction by the Spring aficionados.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Eoghan
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Sergey Beryozkin [] 
>>>> Sent: 14 December 2006 09:35
>>>> To:
>>>> Subject: Injecting the configuration programmatically
>>>> Hi
>>>> Is there any way to inject the configuration into the CXF 
>>>> runtime programmatically ?
>>>> For ex, one way is to tell the runtime where the config is by 
>>>> pointing it to the cxf.xml (default name...). Is there any 
>>>> way to create a required configuration and tell the runtime 
>>>> that the configuration for a given bean name is available ?
>>>> Thanks, Sergey 

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