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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: svn commit: r280240 - /geronimo/trunk/modules/assembly/src/plan/j2ee-server-plan.xml
Date Mon, 12 Sep 2005 04:56:51 GMT

On Sep 11, 2005, at 9:56 PM, Aaron Mulder wrote:

> On Sun, 11 Sep 2005, Jeremy Boynes wrote:
>> There are no reasonable defaults for the server and it's configuration
>> (localhost only works on /some/ Unix-like distros) so I don't think it
>> should be included in the default server plan.
>>
>> I think we should provide an example that shows people how to 
>> configure
>> mail in both of two ways:
>> 1) as part of their application
>> 2) as a separate plan that can be customized as needed along with info
>>     on how to reference it from an application plan. This is what we 
>> do
>>     in the CTS setup.
>
> 	OK.
>
>> The SMTP provider does work when configured correctly. Part of that
>> setup includes getting the provider jar into a suitable classloader 
>> (so
>> that the properties files in META-INF get resolved correctly). It's 
>> just
>> messy due to some aspects of the mail API.
>
> 	Can you give a blow by blow?  Do the classloaders work if we
> create a configuration with dependencies on the spec JARs and provider
> JAR?  What is the provider JAR called?  What GBeans do we need to 
> declare?
> Can the user declare a normal resource reference of type
> javax.mail.Session, and if so, how do they resolve it in the Geronimo 
> plan
> to point to resource declared in the mail Configuration?
>
> 	David J, can we add dependencies to a Configuration in the
> config.xml?  That is, if a user deployed a mail configuration, can they
> just tell o/a/g/Server to depend on it or would they just list both
> o/a/g/Server and the mail plan as dependencies in their app plan?

That would be an import not a dependency, and no you can't change 
either the imports or the dependencies.  I think that you should not be 
able to change the classpath by using config.xml.  So, you would list 
o/a/g/Server and the mail configuration as imports or the parentId.

thanks
david jencks


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