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From "Jeremy Boynes" <>
Subject RE: [XML][Deployment]POJO design?
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2003 05:39:33 GMT
Sorry, you lost me.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sagenschneider, Daniel A 
> [] 
> Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2003 9:42 PM
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> Subject: RE: [XML][Deployment]POJO design?
> Jeremy,
> I was just stressing the point of collaboration rather than 
> inheritance.  Collaboration allows us to configure in a much 
> more flexible manor and thus not be restricted by inheritance 
> - especially in trying to find generic models to suit Message 
> Driven, Session, CMP, so forth.  As we are (as always) 
> programming to interfaces, the manor in which the information 
> for the POJOs is obtained is hidden beneath various layers of 
> bridges which call on builders (allowing ultimate flexibility 
> when balancing memory, speed, and/or maintainability - i.e. 
> binary vs XML).  In otherwords do not bind configuration onto 
> the interface of the POJOs but rather have a bundle of POJOs 
> for configuration each pertaining to a different aspect of the EJB.
> This also allows for both the persisting and retrieval of the 
> information to be performed encapsulated away from Geronimo. 
> In otherwords, why can't we utilise collaboration (and 
> bridges) and take various approaches to loading particular 
> configurations (granted though it takes more work, it's 
> flexibility will provide for a greater community).  Initially 
> we can focus on one and then expand on those in separate 
> modular projects to have different manors in which to 
> configure Geronimo that will allow everyone to be happy 
> (instead of compromising).
> Regards,
> Daniel Sagenschneider

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