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From "Craig R. McClanahan" <cmcclana...@mytownnet.com>
Subject Re: [Catalina] Discussion - Component Configuration Strategy
Date Mon, 24 Jan 2000 02:11:29 GMT
costin@costin.dnt.ro wrote:

> > The current (non-Catalina) version of Tomcat has a very similar data object to
> > your PropertyTree already defined-- org.apache.tomcat.util.XMLTree -- that was
> > (and might still be?) used for pretty much this purpose.
> >
> > However, having listened to the interesting discussion on this topic so far,
> > I'm actually coming to a different, and somewhat radical (appropriate, I guess,
> > for a "revolution" :-) viewpoint -- there should be no such thing as a
>
> Well, we are in total agreement ( with the small observation that it's not
> a radical "revolution", it's the current tomcat :-)
>
> ( XMLTree is just one of the ways to set up tomcat - even if I don't like
> it, it is a valid and accepted solution. Other ways are JNDI,
> SimpleStartup, ant-like XmlHelper, deploy package - all are valid in this
> architecture, and Avalon will also work with the right adapters, if
> someone writes them. ) I think it's the right architecture, and even if it
> is not, it doesn't deny any alternative.
>
> > I think this approach deals with most of the negative consequences of the
> > various approaches we've been discussing.  How does it sound?
>
> It's exactly what I want ( but it seems I'm very,very  bad at
> explaining it). Thanks, Craig.
>

I figured you'd like it ... don't apologize when you're right :-)

>
> Costin
>

Craig



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