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From Alex Karasulu <aok...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: Serialization into LDAP
Date Sat, 11 Dec 2004 16:26:40 GMT
Ok can you tell that I just woke up.  Excuse the spelling errors, typos 
and grammar issues.

Alex Karasulu wrote:

> Niclas Hedhman wrote:
>
>> Maybe lucky I read the spec http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2713.html, 
>> since it covers a bit more than the support class tries to deal with.
>>
>>  
>>
> Of course we don't have all the support enabled like naming references 
> just yet.  I just want to make sure we can store a serialized object 
> at a minimum and that's all for now.
>
>> So I need some clarifications;
>>
>> * Is JavaLdapSupport supposed to deal with the entire specification?
>>
>>  
>>
> Eventually yes but for now just storing an object for now as a 
> javaSerializedObject is good enough for most ctx.bind(Object obj) 
> operations.  This is perhaps 80% of the usage out there.  The other 
> 20% can be done as needed over time.
>
>> * Where is the line between the caller and the JavaLdapSupport, when 
>> it comes to MarshalledObjects, incl any exported and non-exported 
>> Remote references?
>>
>>  
>>
> Have'nt given MarshalledObjects any thought yet at all.
>
>> If Eve is supposed to work for any application that uses the 
>> InitialContext to bind Java stuff to, then I think Eve needs to deal 
>> with quite a lot, and the question would then be; What is the 
>> relevant call chain (Sequence) for binding a Java object to the 
>> context??
>>  
>>
> Really its great that you're thinking about all this.  I wanted to 
> limit the scope for your sake to just lookup(dn) and bind(obj) to 
> store and reteive simple java objects that are serialized.  Although 
> all the other stuff needs to be implemented at some point this is a 
> good starting point that covers the majority of use cases.   It would 
> be nice if people notice the need to fill it in and got involved.
>
> Alex
>
>
>


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