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From David Jencks <djen...@gluecode.com>
Subject Re: Geronimo XDoclet (geronimo-jetty tags)
Date Sat, 25 Dec 2004 18:43:54 GMT

On Dec 25, 2004, at 9:38 AM, L. Yeung wrote:

> I'm looking at geronimo-jetty specs and I'm planning
> to implement it in coming days. The things that I'm
> wondering are as follows:
>
> a. One thing that I can think of currently is that the
> tag should start with @geronimo.web instead of
> @geronimo.jetty. What if Geronimo starts to support
> tomcat, should the it also support a tag of
> @geronimo.tomcat? Are there any plans to support
> different specs for different web containers? Maybe
> one universal geronimo web tags should implement
> jetty, geronimo and other future web containers.

I agree.  We are thinking of changing the default plan name to 
geronimo-web.xml since we hope that jetty and tomcat can use exactly 
the same plan.
>
> b. Are the tags made as class level sufficient enough.
> I honestly don't have much experience with web
> deployment descriptors.

At the moment, I don't see how to usefully use xdoclet to construct a 
geronimo web plan, since all the information in the plan is at the web 
application level rather than the servlet level, which the class level 
tags would correspond to.  Since none of the information is specific to 
a particular servlet, I don't think any information should be provided 
by a particular class.  Am I missing something?  Constructing the 
standard web.xml deployment descriptor could be useful, but this does 
not rely on anything having to do with geronimo.

many thanks,
david jencks

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