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From "Liebig, Stefan " <>
Subject AW: Run modes: Dev, Test, Production
Date Tue, 28 Jun 2005 05:12:57 GMT
Besides unit testing of our services with mock objects we have something
which we call stages.
A stage is simply a hivemodule which contains environmental specific "settings",
e.g. symbol sources that define URLs depending on the specific stage. All other
hivemoduls, do not contain such information. 
So there are stages like: dev, test and production. When running the "application"
the appropriate stage is just "linked" to the application, i.e. the stage jar is set on
the class path.
This work quite well for us.


Von: Joel Trunick []
Gesendet: Mo 27.06.2005 17:55
Betreff: Run modes: Dev, Test, Production

Does Hivemind have some support for supporting different modes of
operation (ie. Dev, Test, Production), or is there a common paradigm to
support this with HiveMind? I see Ruby supports such a notion, I find it
odd (and time-consuming) that J2EE doesn't support this natively.


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