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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré>
Subject Re: New saaj-impl bundle....
Date Thu, 08 Sep 2011 18:43:28 GMT
Hi Dan,

it sounds good for me. The size of the bundle is not really a big deal 
(largely less that "side" effects depending of the parser, etc).



On 09/08/2011 08:40 PM, Daniel Kulp wrote:
> I just committed a new bundle for saaj-impl 1.3.9.
> It's actually a LARGE change from the current 1.3.2 .   One  of the problems
> with SAAJ is that it subclasses some classes that are internal to the Sun JDK
> and thus doesn't run on the IBM JDK unless you pull in an additional library
> (jaxp-ri).
> HOWEVER, pulling in jax-ri, due to it's META-INF/services, cause other issues
> of having different parsers used, etc...   Thus, that solution sucks.   That's
> my main issue is that I keep getting the jaxp-ri parser (which is complete
> crap) instead of woodstox
> For the new version, I'm having all the "com.sun.*" stuff that it needs pulled
> into the bundle as well (but not the META-INF/services stuff).  Thus, the
> bundle is self contained.   It runs fine on the IBM JDK.  It also runs fine on
> the Sun JDK and doesn't require updating the to export the
> things.
> The downside is the bundle is larger (2M instead of 300K).   HOWEVER, it
> doesn't require the 4.5M jaxp-ri bundle so there is a net gain.
> Does anyone see any issues with this approach?

Jean-Baptiste Onofré
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