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From "Johan Lindquist" <>
Subject Re: Errors during initalizing the Registry
Date Fri, 23 Apr 2004 14:12:46 GMT
There has been a few comments about this on the list previously, but the  
common concensus - and someone correct me if i am wrong here :) - seems to  
be that as long as there is clear, location specific error information  
during the registry construction and that the registry does whatever it  
can to recover, throwing exceptions wouldn't add any value ...

In the case you specify, the loaded module is simply ignored by the  
registry and it loads everything else it find on the class-path (to it's  
best ability) ... If you then request a service defined by the failed  
module, you will get an exception though ...



On Fri, 23 Apr 2004 13:36:56 +0200, <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have some problems with the current way the Registry is build:
> a)
> If there are more contributions to a configuration-point as specified  
> within the attribute 'occurs',
> Hivemind only emits a warning into the log file. Wouldn't it be better  
> to throw an exception?
> b)
> If a written 'hivemodule.xml' is wrong an Hivemind can't parse it, only  
> a log entry is emitted but HiveMind on.
> I think that an exception should be throught in this case.
> What do you think?
> Ciao
>    Dieter
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