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Re: [higgins-dev] Re: IdAS Registry conf call
- From: Michael McIntosh <mikemci@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 09:35:17 -0500
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I may not fully understand - but I have reservations about using the CP
factory classname to identify an instance of a CP.
I think I'd like to be able to configure a system using two LDAP CPs, each
configured to point at a different LDAP Server.
higgins-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 02/12/2007 11:36:27 PM:
> The one open issue which must be resolved is the datatype of the
> cpid (the thing that identifies a context provider). It has been
> suggested that this should just be the classname of the CP's
> IContextFactory. At this point, I favor this solution, and further
> note that if we see no real need for a CP factory config data (apart
> from what could be added to the contextConfig), then there's no
> longer a need for IdASRegistry as proposed -- leaving us with only
> one registry again.
> >>> "Jim Sermersheim" <jimse@xxxxxxxxxx> 2/10/07 1:02 AM >>>
> I volunteered to shepherd this issue, and the first thing I did was
> try to update the wiki with what seemed to be consensus to me at the
> end of the call. Please review that and comment -- especially on
> the Out Of Scope Use Cases, TODO items, and Open Issues.
> If there are use cases that need to be in scope, I'll move them to
> the Open Issues section. Unless I was spacing out, we neglected to
> talk about the TODO solutions.
> Andy, Paul said you'd be willing to work on the IdASContextRegistry
> section of the Wiki, and on its implementation. There may be things
> that we need to explain more (in terms of requirements), and I also
> had some questions that you or Paul might be able to answer (search
> for "questions from Jim"). I'll try to sync up with you on Monday.
> >>> "Paul Trevithick" <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2/8/07 10:22 PM >>>
> If you're on the "To" line of this email, then I'm expecting you to call
> (a total of 8). I've reserved 10 lines so if we get a couple more, we'll
> okay. I'm assuming this will run 1-1.5 hours.
> * http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/IdAS_Registries_Proposal
> * Fielding comments, questions about the (optional) XRI resolution
> technology (Drummond and Andy are the experts on this)
> * Reusable abstract Registry component underneath IdASRegistry and
> * General discussion
> Friday, February 09, 2007
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