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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [XBean] Any documentation on this stuff?
Date Fri, 09 May 2008 17:42:55 GMT
I'll try to take a look this weekend

thanks
david jencks

On May 9, 2008, at 4:39 AM, Alex Karasulu wrote:

> David,
>
> The XBean ContextFactory is not working properly it seems.  Emmanuel  
> and I have been dealing with the simple issue where we cannot get a  
> Map injected via standard Spring constructs into an LdapServer bean  
> via the server.xml.  We've spent a few hours trying to mess with the  
> different combinations.  Here's a snippet:
>
>   <ldapServer id="ldapServer" ... >
>    ...
>     <!-- The list of supported authentication  
> mechanisms.                   -->
>     <saslMechanismHandlers>
>       <s:entry key="SIMPLE">
>         <simpleMechanismHandler/>
>       </s:entry>
>       <s:entry key="CRAM-MD5">
>         <cramMd5MechanismHandler  
> directoryService="#directoryService"/>
>       </s:entry>
>       <s:entry key="DIGEST-MD5">
>         <digestMd5MechanismHandler  
> directoryService="#directoryService" />
>       </s:entry>
>       <s:entry key="GSSAPI">
>         <gssapiMechanismHandler  
> directoryService="#directoryService" />
>       </s:entry>
>       <s:entry key="NTLM">
>         <ntlmMechanismHandler ntlmProviderFqcn="com.foo.Bar" />
>       </s:entry>
>       <s:entry key="GSS-SPNEGO">
>         <ntlmMechanismHandler ntlmProviderFqcn="com.foo.Bar" />
>       </s:entry>
>     </saslMechanismHandlers>
>   ...
>
> We're trying to inject the saslMechanismHandlers Map property into a  
> LdapServer bean in the server.xml as seen above.  For some reason  
> XBean is just setting this property with an empty Map.  We have  
> confirmed this.  Maybe this is due to the mixture of spring based  
> tags with XBean custom tags?  We could start stepping into the XBean  
> code but wanted to ask you first.
>
> Can you take a look at what's going on? It's either a trivial issue  
> or a bug in XBean.  If you're busy we understand, so if Emmanuel and  
> I can get commit access to XBean we can fix this so we're not hosed.
>
> Please do something about this because we're here in this situation  
> since we bought into your idea to use XBean.  Don't leave us hanging  
> here.
>
> Thanks,
> Alex
>
> On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 3:21 AM, Alex Karasulu <akarasulu@apache.org>  
> wrote:
> David,
>
> I've been spending an hour trying to find out how to do a map based  
> property with XBean and there is no documentation at all.  Thought  
> I'd find some here but no go:
>
>     http://geronimo.apache.org/xbean/using-xbean.html
>
> I'm trying to figure out how to set a property on a bean that is a  
> Map.  The Spring way does not seem to work within our xbean  
> configuration so I'm at a loss without any direction on this stuff.
>
> Alex
>


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