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Subject RE: HiveMind and OracleAS
Date Mon, 23 May 2005 06:42:36 GMT
Hi Knut,

Thanks for the tip. I'll try registering my own handler and see what

Best wishes


-----Original Message-----
From: Knut Wannheden [] 
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2005 10:20 AM
To:; Prince John, Bedag
Subject: Re: HiveMind and OracleAS

Hi John,

To be honest I don't know a lot about these things. But shouldn't the
Oracle AS register a protocol handler for the jndi protocol? That way
HiveMind shouldn't have any problems. All the URLResource class does is
create a object and makes sure the openStream() method can
be called. For this I thought a protocol handler had to be registered.



On 5/11/05, <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been having a problem with HiveMind 1.1beta2/Tapestry 4alpha3 
> (from cvs) on the Oracle app server. Because oracle uses what I think 
> is a proprietary naming system for jar files 
> (jndi:C:\some\jar\file.jar\META-INF\hivemodule.xml for example) 
> HiveMind is not able to load submodules (specifically the Tapestry 
> submodules in this case). The problem is in 
> org.apache.hivemind.util.URLResource,
> which is choking on the jndi: format and returning null. I have got
> round it by hacking URLResource to replace jndi:... with
> and inserting the ! before the path within the jar, but I don't want
> have to do this with every new release of HiveMind.
> Any suggestions? I presume you don't want to build this kind of hack 
> into HiveMind itself. Anyone else have any experience with HiveMind 
> OracleAS?
> Just so we are clear, HiveMind finds the basic META-INF/hivemodule.xml

> files, but it can't parse the submodules if there are any.
> Thanks in advance
> John Prince
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