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Using Objects to Configure Jini Network Services

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Frank Sommers

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Using Objects to Configure Jini Network Services Posted: Jun 29, 2004 12:00 AM
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The freedom afforded by Jini's configurable security model introduces a new set of choices Jini developers and service deployers must make. Instead of the configuration language du jour - XML - the Jini model uses Java objects to configure complex services and their clients.

http://www.artima.com/spontaneous/jiniconfig.html

What do you think about using objects to configure network services?


Dan Creswell

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Re: Using Objects to Configure Jini Network Services Posted: Jun 30, 2004 5:18 AM
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Just wanted to mention that the JINI distribution also includes a tool (CheckConfigurationFile) to check the format of a configuration file.

dnovice

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Re: Using Objects to Configure Jini Network Services Posted: Jul 8, 2004 9:02 AM
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Is there a way to get a collection of all the entries in a component of a configuration file? I would like to be able to find all the entries that someone has put into a configuration.

Todd Blanchard

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Round and Round Posted: Jul 22, 2004 1:25 AM
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An early version of BEA Weblogic used configuration objects for configuring servlets and (I think) EJB deployments. It was abandoned after one release in favor of data files because it was considered too cumbersome.

Nothing new under the sun.

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