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From Rick McGuire <rick...@gmail.com>
Subject Yoko and Geronimo
Date Fri, 11 Aug 2006 14:41:21 GMT
I've run into an interesting snag with getting Geronimo to run with the 
Yoko ORB.  Because there in an inherent  conflict with some of the class 
files that ship with the JVM, it is necessary to prepend the yoko jar 
file to the bootclasspath when launching the server.  This sort of lies 
outside of the realm of normal execution dependencies.  I suppose it can 
added to the startup batch file, but this means Geronimo can no longer 
be started by just doing "java server.jar". 

Additionally, if the Yoko jar is on the bootclasspath, then the Sun 
version of the ORB adaptor will not function.  This is an either/or 
situation, and the choice, unfortunately, must be made before the JVM is 
launched.  This even comes into play during the build, because there are 
unit tests for the SunNameService (and also the YokoNameService). 

Any thoughts on how we should handle this particularly awkward situation?

Rick

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