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From "Endi Sukma Dewata" <>
Subject RE: I think I've misunderstood Partitions...
Date Wed, 27 Apr 2005 21:24:14 GMT
Hi Alex,

I'm sorry this is taking so long. I was going to write the xdocs, but I
wanted to clean up the Partition API first before making it official. But
then I got bogged down by other projects so it's never finished. I'll try to
do it as soon as possible.

Or do you want me to just copy & paste the existing Wiki docs? I can
re-submit the updated one later.


-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Karasulu [] 
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 3:39 PM
To: Apache Directory Developers List; Endi Dewata
Subject: Re: I think I've misunderstood Partitions...

Hiya Endi,

Sorry to bother you with this petty request but if you can cut and past 
sum of your wiki contribs into the partition xdocs I'll integrate this 
stuff into the 0.9 release asap. I think these guys missed some of the 
features that you incorporated with your docs just in the wiki. If you 
submit a patch I promise I will apply it right away.

BTW the sitedocs are bundled with the distro.

Thanks Endi,

Chris Betts wrote:

> Got it; thanks David and Daniel!
> I was looking at the Partitions summary on the web page: 
> - the wiki entry is more comprehensive.
> I'm well on my way now!
> cheers,
> Chris
> On 27/04/2005, at 1:05 PM, Danilo Luiz Rheinheimer wrote:
>> Chris Betts wrote:
>>> Cool!
>>> One little question though... how does the Nexus actually create the 
>>> ContextPartition objects? In Danilo's example earlier, he has a 
>>> configurable name for his class, so that presumably he can have 
>>> different ContextPartition objects with different names using the 
>>> same Class - seems fair enough, and I want something similar.
>>> But who creates these objects? Presumably they must be created so 
>>> the root nexus can interrogate them about their suffixes? How do I 
>>> create my ContextPartitions and feed them to ApacheDS?
>> I think this can help you :
>> Danilo.

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