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From Paul Hammant <Paul_Hamm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: LifeCycleHelper
Date Sat, 01 Jun 2002 16:11:26 GMT

>Paul, could you please post some example (or reference where to check for
>this) of how this can be done:
It is simple look for classes that use directory or extend 
Only JAMES has this concept.  I am not sure why yet.  With phoenix there 
will be one impl of a 'thing' that could be got via compMgr.  If James 
requires multiple concurrent impls of the same thing, then it is 
possibly right.  James does this for IMAPServer, NNTPServer, POP3Server, 
RemoteManager, SMTPServer.  If they all have resitrations in 
assembly.xml (they do), then it is possible (Ithink) to use conventional 
phoenix driven (rather that home grown) compose() or service() resultion.

>>rather than letting  Phoenix resolve things via assembly.xml
>i.e., if I understood you right, creating connection handler in other way
>than using cornerstone?
No, still use cornerstone, but let phoenix and assembly.xml do the 
resultion of compsable, serviceable needs.


- Paul

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