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From Aaron Mulder <>
Subject Re: Network Properties & Naming
Date Tue, 23 Aug 2005 02:31:53 GMT
	I disagree -- I think it's important to have a common management 
interface (currently, for example, NetworkConnector), and having the same 
properties called something different in every networkable GBean totally 
defeats that.


On Mon, 22 Aug 2005, Jeremy Boynes wrote:
> Jeff Genender wrote:
> >  
> > I am simply asking that we use a term that is not as ambiguous.  In Tomcat
> > land, they use the word "address" on the Connectors.  Host is referenced
> > throughout the plans and refers to a Host Tomcat object and a Host GBean.
> >  
> Sounds to me that Tomcat users have one set of terms, Jetty users 
> another, and who knows what other people use.
> Rather that trying to pick one name for all which pleases none, we 
> should let each container configuration use terms familiar to its users. 
> That way people who want Tomcat see things Tomcat-esque and people who 
> want Jetty see Jetty-esque names.
> This should apply to all naming: the container configuration, the 
> connectors/listeners, the deployment plans, the console, ...
> --
> Jeremy

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