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From "Alex Karasulu" <akaras...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [bigbang] Suggestions on how to proceed
Date Sat, 29 Sep 2007 20:06:14 GMT
Perfect sense.  I like the process and started 0 for the partition config
bean
hierarchy which is massive so it will take me a lot of time.  Working it
tho.

I'll add a jira for this now.

The process is just perfect thanks for defining it so clearly.
Alex

On 9/29/07, David Jencks <david_jencks@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Following Alex's suggestion I've been looking at the
> AuthenticatorConfiguration and have some suggestions as to steps to
> follow.  It looks to me as if there are several layers of
> questionable configuration decisions to rectify and probably doing
> the work systematically will be quicker and less confusing.
>
> So far I see two layers of fixes to do:  the <T> components are
> configured through a <T>Configuration object, and the set of <T?
> Configuration objects is held by the ServerStartupConfiguration
> rather than the component that is actually going to be using the <T>
> components at runtime.
>
> So here's what I'm thinking of...
>
> [0] open a jira indicating which <T> I'm working on :-)
>
> [1] remove the <T>Configuration objects so the <T> components can be
> configured directly.  The set of <T> components will still be held by
> the ServerStartupConfiguration at this stage.
>
> [2] move the <T> components from ServerStartupConfiguration to
> whatever component is actually using the <T> at runtime.
>
> For instance,  the Authenticators are used by the
> AuthenticationService  interceptor at runtime, so in step
> 2<Authenticator> I'll move the Set<Authenticator> from
> ServerStartupConfiguration to AuthenticationService.
>
> Looking back I see that I only did steps 0 and 1 for Interceptors so
> I will go back and do step 2 for that also.
>
> Make sense?
>
> thanks
> david jencks
>
>

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