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From Stanczak Group <>
Subject Re: Getting the Registry everywhere, everytime
Date Mon, 11 Jul 2005 12:45:31 GMT
Look at the filter class it's self. There's a static method to get the
registry from the servlet request.

Andreas Aderhold wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm pretty new to HiveMind and setup a some services today (basically 
> following the article on tss) using hibernate + interceptors. I like 
> it very much, it's simple and easy. Everything works fine on 
> commandline. Now i want to access the services from a web-framework 
> and registered the filter provided by hivemind in the web.xml. so far 
> so good.
> but how do i obtain the registry from inside my webapp?
> in spring i could just get the application context by a static 
> lookup. i found nothing similar in HiveMind. Using RegistryBuilder is 
> way to expensive (builds up everything on each request, uahh). I only 
> need the registry build exactly one time (at deploy) and shutdown on 
> un-deploy.
> I excpected to find something static like HiveMind.getRegistry() to 
> obtain a reference to the built up registry or even 
> HiveMind.getService(..). But i can't find anything like that. I know 
> that the filter puts the registry on the request context, but I don't 
> have access to it.
> hints or directions where to look?
> thanks
> andi
> PS: why did SDL have to go?? i find it much more readable than xml :/ 
> any chance for a comeback?
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Justin Stanczak
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