Ok so you basically have this LDAPConfiguration bean contained under the ServerStartupConfiguration? Meaning I would get and set the LDAPConfiguration bean on the ServerStartupConfiguration?
In terms of deps this sounds good. You have the LDAPConfig bean in the protocol module which the server-jndi module depends on. So this is nice because then the server-jndi can just have the subordinate object under the SSConfig bean.
If this is correct it sounds good to me. I looked at the doco too just now ... config looks cleaner. However this bean is under the configuration bean in the server.xml file I suspect. Is this correct?
Can you elaborate a tiny bit more on the configuration changes in the doco just so there are no questions?
On 3/14/07, Trustin Lee <email@example.com> wrote:
On 3/14/07, Enrique Rodriguez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi, Directory developers,
> I wrote a quick LdapConfiguration bean and moved minor config to it,
> to make sure I knew how to get a bean loaded and into the
> ServerContextFactory. I'm now ready to move more parameters to this
> bean. In case it wasn't clear from my last email on consolidating
> LDAP protocol config into a bean called LdapConfiguration and placing
> it in the 'protocol-ldap' module, I mocked-up an example of what
> configuring such a bean might look like:
> As you can see this combines the parameters used by the LDAP protocol
> in their own bean and then adds in the required parameters currently
> hard-coded in SASL's ConfigureChain. To be clear, this REMOVES LDAP
> protocol parameters from the StartupConfiguration hierarchy. Besides
> having a nice but minor effect on our dependency graph, IMO it is also
> clearer for admins to have all the LDAP protocol config in one place.
> I'd like to wire this up for real and commit it. We can of course
> tweak names and do more advanced config later; mostly I want to make
> sure it's OK to make a moderately invasive change to
> StartupConfiguration/ServerContextFactory. I need to do something for
> SASL and I'd rather not pack more config options into the
> StartupConfiguration hierarchy.
Looks good to me.
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