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From Eckenfellner Klaus <ecko....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: store data in a global way (see tapestry:applicationScope)
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2007 09:56:02 GMT
you are right ... fixed my problem. THX YOU!

but one thing would be very interesting for me .... how does tapestry
this magic? because i wasn't able to see any singleton service in
tapestry.state.



Alebu wrote:
> There is also singleton service model, which, as I understand, can help
> you in solving your problem.
> Eckenfellner Klaus wrote:
>> hi everybody!
>>
>> i want to use hivemind for my own application, because SOA rocks. but
>> now i have a problem. i want to store data(Map<String,Object>) in a
>> global way. so that there is no difference which thread call the service.
>>
>> i know this functionality from tapestry because there is also possible
>> to store objects in an application scope.
>>
>> i know that there is model="threaded / pooled" but that doesn't fix my
>> problem.
>>
>> here some facts about my application:
>> -    first doing some init work (reading config, init log ....)
>> -    export some services to a rmi registry
>> -    waiting for connections,...
>>
>> i decided to take the following approach to store data:
>> INTERFACE storeService:
>>     boolean exists(String name);
>>     Object get(String name);
>>     void store(String name, Object object);
>>
>> IMPL:
>>     Map<String,Object> map = new HashMap<String,Object>
>>     ....  following parts should be clear... map.get() map.xxx
>>
>> HIVEMODULE:
>>     in the hivemodule the storeService, which stores data in the hashmap,
>> is constructed with model="pooled".
>>
>> BUT ....
>>
>> when i get some rmi call my rmi service(which has a reference to
>> storeService) has no access to my stored data.
>>
>> can anyone help me?
>>
>> using hivemind 1.1
>>
>> PS: my approach is very similar to tapestry applicationScope.
>>
>>   
> 
> 


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