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From Hearty <heartyraph...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Custom resource factories in geronimo
Date Tue, 28 Oct 2008 08:18:21 GMT

Can you please send me the schema url. It will be great if you can send me
the sample geronimo-web.xml which uses
<gbean-ref>


djencks wrote:
> 
> 
> On Oct 27, 2008, at 11:45 PM, Hearty wrote:
> 
>>
>> My application is a web project (keeping war file for the deployment)
>> and my application uses tomcat. I've an entry in context.xml as  
>> follows.
>> <Resource name="xy/filestorage" auth="Container"
>> 		type="tools.filestorage.FileStorage"
>> 		factory="tools.filestorage.FileStorageFactory"
>> 		storageClassName="tools.filestorage.FileStorageFS"
>> 		basePath="C:/tmp/files" />
>> 	
>> Later I am accessing xy/filestorage as jndi reference as below.
>>
>> <jee:jndi-lookup id="fileStorage"
>>    jndi-name="java:comp/env/xy/filestorage" /> [This entry is used in
>> applicationContext.xml
>> , a spring based config file]
>>
>> I have a restriction to keep same jndi-name as mentioned above since
>> I need to maintain the war file to compatible to tomcat as well as  
>> apache
>> geronimo
>>
>> Please provide me a solution for this with a sample code.
> 
> You are using proprietary features of tomcat so you'll have to  
> duplicate the effect with proprietary features of geronimo.
> 
> I'm not very familiar with the Resource element: I think maybe it ends  
> up creating an object.  In Geronimo you'll have to modify or extend  
> that object to be a gbean and configure an instance somewhere  
> accessible to your app such as the geronimo plan for your app.
> 
> Then in the part of the geronimo plan where you map jndi stuff such as  
> resource-refs you need an element following this schema fragment:
> 
>      <xsd:complexType name="gbean-refType">
>          <xsd:complexContent>
>              <xsd:extension base="gernaming:abstract-naming-entryType">
>                  <xsd:sequence>
>                      <xsd:element name="ref-name" type="xsd:string">
>                          <xsd:annotation>
>                              <xsd:documentation>
>                                  The element ref-name is used to  
> identify this
>                                  gbean reference. This name should be  
> unique in a
>                                  module and will be used by  
> application to as a
>                                  part of JNDI name for the referenced  
> gbean. The
>                                  JNDI name used will be "java:/comp/ 
> env/ref-name.
>                                  It should map to the "ref-name"  
> provided in
>                                  deployment descriptor.
>                              </xsd:documentation>
>                          </xsd:annotation>
>                      </xsd:element>
>                      <xsd:element name="ref-type" type="xsd:string"  
> minOccurs="0"
>                          maxOccurs="unbounded">
>                          <xsd:annotation>
>                              <xsd:documentation>
>                                  The element ref-type is used to  
> specify the
>                                  interface implemented by GBean being  
> referenced.
>                              </xsd:documentation>
>                          </xsd:annotation>
>                      </xsd:element>
>                      <xsd:choice minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
>                          <xsd:element name="pattern"
>                              type="gernaming:patternType">
>                              <xsd:annotation>
>                                  <xsd:documentation>
>                                      The element pattern is used to  
> provide
>                                      additional selection criterion  
> for gbeans if
>                                      multiple gbeans with same name  
> exists in
>                                      dependency modules. The pattern  
> mapped
>                                      should result in single gbean.
>                                  </xsd:documentation>
>                              </xsd:annotation>
>                          </xsd:element>
>                      </xsd:choice>
>                  </xsd:sequence>
>              </xsd:extension>
>          </xsd:complexContent>
>      </xsd:complexType>
> 
> Hope this helps..... this is a bit of a user list question.  Ask if  
> you need more hints.
> 
> thanks
> david jencks
> 
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> djencks wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> On Oct 24, 2008, at 1:49 AM, Hearty Raphael wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi
>>>>
>>>>         Is there any way I can create custom resource factories/
>>>> ObjectFactories in geronimo.?
>>>
>>> probably, but knowing exactly what you are trying to achieve would
>>> help a lot.  Geronimo has no persistent jndi so there's usually an
>>> easier or more direct way to get stuff into jndi.
>>>
>>> thanks
>>> david jencks
>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Hearty
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
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