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From Mario Ivankovits <>
Subject Re: [orchestra] Using LocalFrameworkAdapter (was: getting ready for a release)
Date Sun, 07 Oct 2007 09:28:00 GMT
we have a laf-filter?

The LAF stuff is meant to be used just from the application code whe reqired - in parallel
to any other used FA.


-----Original Message-----
From: simon <>
Date: Sunday, Okt 7, 2007 10:57 am
Subject: Re: [orchestra] Using LocalFrameworkAdapter (was: getting ready 	for a release)
To: Reply-    "MyFaces Development" <>To: MyFaces Development

Hi Dan,
>The LocalFrameworkAdapter is not created via a variable lookup;
>instances are just created via a call to "new" from the corresponding servlet filter.
There is therefore no way to do dependency-injection
>into it. It would not be nice to have the filters use Spring, as we
>would then need a different filter implementation for each DI framework we support.
>So the "localFrameworkAdapter" bean you show below will never be used. See the class LocalFrameworkAdapterFilter
for details.
>The conversationMessager setup you show below is what I had intended. However as Mario
notes, there is a problem: we only allow one
>conversationMessager bean definition, but each of the frameworks should use a different
class. There is no way to currently express this. Your config below for the conversationMessager
will set it globally -
>including for JSF requests.
>I suggest instead you either remove this setting, or use
>  o.a.m.o.conversation.jsf.JsfConversationMessager
>as the class. This is technically wrong when your background thread is running, but as
long as nothing tries to actually use the messager
>everything should run ok. And I guess nothing does, otherwise the old orchestra code would
have failed too.
>On Sat, 2007-10-06 at 20:35 -0700, Dan Tran wrote:
> Simon, below is my LocalFrameworkAdatper configuration due your latest
> changes
>   <bean id="localFrameworkAdapter"
> class="org.apache.myfaces.orchestra.frameworkAdapter.local.LocalFrameworkAdapter"
> autowire="byName"
>     scope="prototype" />
>   <!-- ConversationMessager def needed because we are using the special
> LocalFrameworkAdapter. -->
>   <bean
> name="org.apache.myfaces.orchestra.conversation.ConversationMessager"
> class="org.apache.myfaces.orchestra.conversation.basic.BasicConversationMessager"/>
> is there another more nature way ? like some thing I can inject into
> LocalFrameworkAdapater?

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