On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot <email@example.com>
On 9 janv. 2012, at 03:55, Göktürk Gezer wrote:That's great Göktürk!
> Hi Everyone,
> I finally completed component-hub. It's core functionality is implemented with the latest commits.
> Now it can be used to :
> * listen for annotated component's of any type,(Interceptors,Partitions,DirectoryBackedServers for now...)
> * create, cache and reconfigure instances of installed components
> * Register HubListener to be notified of certain component type's components as ADSComponent.
> (you can look into previous mails with Pierre on 'OSGI status' for detailed explanation of these systems.)
I'm currently busy with the release of the first milestone for Studio 2.0, but as soon as I'm done with this I will definitely have a look at the OSGI branch and your latest commits.
I'm waiting for Studio too :)
Then yes, we should have a look at the code together. I need somebody to review it.
> I was thinking a schema that component-hub may delete all the entries in config and schema partitions belonging to a component who is never been online for 3 ApacheDS session. So if some test component is installed into ApacheDS and then deleted. ApacheDS will keep its schema and config entries for 3 server session, and then delete it. I'd like to hear more from you on that…
> It's only lacking HouseKeeping process for now, has all the facilities to implement it though. All we have to do is chose a good housekeeping schema:
Like Alex, I'm having trouble following you here.
What's an ApacheDS session exactly? Where does it happen? How long does a session last?
Yeah, i guess i am obscure on that, messed up with the terminology :) I was trying to say:
Every individual component type will have its own automatically generated schema elements and entries on ApacheDS. HouseKeeping will make sure we keep ApacheDS clean of those schema elements and entries of component's which is not been seen for a while. While saying session, i was referring server start-stop cycles. So what is my mind is, when server is started and stopped 3 times wihout having some component's bundle in its Felix folder, then all previous schema elements and entries belonging to it will be removed. But we can discuss it later as i said...
> So as i wrote in my first mails when i started component-hub, it would be more and more easy now to make any part of ApacheDS extensible.
> After finishing my reviews on component-hub I will go on by writing HubClients for three main extension points: Interceptors, Partitions and DirectoryBackedServers. And then making them work together in the server startup by using OSGI events.
> More to come...