There's a JIRA:
Okay, thanks for the confirmation. Is there a bugzilla system to track this?
-Lyndon-On 11/1/05, Trustin Lee < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Lyndon,2005/11/2, Lyndon Washington <email@example.com >:--Hi Alex,
Thanks for the prompt reply.
I have already tried that, and it fails to pass in my configuration object because as I stated earlier, the "DefaultContextPartitionNexus.addContextPartition() creates a new MutableContextPartitionConfiguration" rather than using the configuration that was instantiated based on the properties file.
I have also tried altering one of the JUnit test cases and adding the configuration to a Hashtable and passing that to a JNDI context intitialization . . . no joy there either.
Here is the offending code, IMHO, which shows that the config that is passed in is not the one that is ultimately passed to 'partition.init()':
Yes, you're right. ApacheDS internally copies it to MutableContextPartitionConfiguration before calling init(). For now you'll have to provide a getter/setter to your DirectoryPartition implementation.
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