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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
Subject Re: className in conf/context.xml
Date Wed, 24 Jun 2009 20:45:47 GMT
Mark Thomas wrote:
> Mark Thomas wrote:
>> Filip Hanik - Dev Lists wrote:
>>> is no longer being picked up, at least not in my test.
>>> I think it's related to the deploy refactor that has been going on,
>>> possibly related to
>> Possibly. I'll take a look.
> AFAICT, className would never have been picked up in the global
> context.xml or from the host level context.xml.default. Those files are
> read in ContextConfig which itself is created from StandardContext. By
> the time the code gets to that point it is too late to change the
> Context implementation class.
> If this were to be implemented, HostConfig would need to parse any
> application context.xml file, any host context.xml.default file and the
> global context.xml file and make the right selection for className based
> on override and the presence, or not, of className in any of those files.
> Since no-one has asked for this, I'd prefer to add a note to the docs
> that className only has an effect if used in an application context.xml
> file.
let me noodle on a fix, I think it could be very simple.

> Mark
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