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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: Geronimo JCA
Date Mon, 23 May 2005 04:04:04 GMT
Basically I don't think you should have any problems running the jca 
container and the tm in something other than the geronimo kernel.  The 
only real geronimo dependency I can think of at the moment is that 
connection factory serialization/deserialization currently relies on 
looking up the actual connection manager instance in the geronimo 
kernel.    If you don't need to support cf serialization (I think it's 
pretty silly) you may be able to just ignore this :-).

Please let me know if you run into problems or need tweaks to the code. 
  I would prefer if possible to support use in other containers without 
making people copy and modify the code.

david jencks

On May 22, 2005, at 5:56 PM, Dmitriy Kopylenko wrote:

> Dain Sundstrom wrote:
>> On May 22, 2005, at 4:05 PM, Dmitriy Kopylenko wrote:
>>> Hi Dain,
>>> thanks for the reply. We'll post do the dev-list. One more thing.  
>>> Would it be feasible to package TM and Connector (with pool impl)  
>>> as as a separate, reusable modules, let's say geronimo-tx.jar and  
>>> jeronimo-jca.jar or something to that effect?
>> Absolutely.  David Jencks has written an fabulous piece of software  
>> here and I personally would love to see it become the implementation  
>> everyone uses.  I think that having a single jar along with some  
>> standalone how-to docs would help a ton.
>> BTW, I added a demonstration of using Spring in the core of geronimo  
>> to wire up beans and for configuration.  The spring.xml file I use  
>> for geronimo may help you get the configurations right:
>> assembly/src/conf/server.xml?rev=170517&view=markup
>> -dain
> This is so cool! By looking at the app ctx for Geronimo server, gives 
> you an overall, clear picture of the server architecture!
> Dmitriy.

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