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From Sachin Patel <>
Subject Re: 1.1 repo/configstore
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2006 14:41:31 GMT
Doh I just realized that the .car files are now directories :), that  
answers my last question.

So what I'd like to see in addition to keeping installed apps in a  
different repository is a solution to the server being shutdown when  
any configuration fails.  I think if we keep user install  
configurations in a separate repository we could say any  
configurations that failed to start from the user repository should  
not force the server to shutdown.

- sachin

On Apr 6, 2006, at 9:55 AM, Sachin Patel wrote:

> And just so I get my terminology straight... is the term "config- 
> store" obsolete now? Or is there still a technical distinction  
> between a config-store and repository?
> - sachin
> On Apr 6, 2006, at 9:26 AM, Sachin Patel wrote:
>> So I just launched 1.1 and have a couple of questions...  So it  
>> looks like the repository now hosts both configurations and  
>> runtime/user jars.  This is really good but my concern is now that  
>> user apps are not located in a separate location and when looking  
>> for a given application I was overwhelmed and took me more time  
>> then it should to find my app.  So the question is would it be  
>> possible to provide multiple repositories and configurations would  
>> be deployed to it?  I'm not sure if this is possible or how  
>> complex it would be if it were possible and wether these multiple  
>> repo's could be made aware of each other.
>> Secondly is there an equivalent to  If I wanted  
>> to uninstall an app, where can I find the fully qualified artifact  
>> ID?
>> Second question is that in 1.0 web apps were exploded so users if  
>> wanted could easily modify running content if they wanted.  This  
>> is no longer and I assume this is because both webcontainer have  
>> moved to using the configuation classloader is this assumption  
>> correct?
>> Thanks.
>> - sachin

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