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From 이희승 "(Trustin Lee)" <trus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: hot deploy IoFilter?
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2008 04:48:01 GMT
Our JMX integration module in trunk (2.x) provides a way to insert an
IoFilter via JMX console easily.  One limitation is that the filter
should be registered as an MBean already.  Because an IoFilter doesn't
restrict the signature of its constructor, you will have to implement
your own mechanism to instantiate a filter and register it as an MBean.


2008-02-08 (금), 16:49 -0800, pnguyen42 쓰시길:
> Not exactly. By hot deploy I mean add an IoFilter to an IoSession that
> doesn't yet exist. The ability to add new IoFilter's to a deployed MINA
> application without shutting it down. And without recompiling the MINA app.
> I think it's doable but you would have to expose the ability to add an
> IoFilter to the filter chain (not IoSession based but IoService based) via
> JMX and then use dynamic class loading. Thoughts? Has anyone does this yet?
> Or is my interpretation of "hot deployable" wrong? Regardless, I'm going to
> do it, I was just hoping someone already has...
> -pn42
> Mike Heath-4 wrote:
> > 
> > By hot deploy do you mean adding a filter to a connected IoSession?  If
> > so, look at IoSession.getFilterChain().addXXXX(...)
> > 
> > -Mike
> > 
> > pnguyen42 wrote:
> >> I've read the documentation and searched this forum, but can't seem to
> >> find
> >> doc's on how to hot deploy an IoFilter. Can anyone point me to some
> >> documentation for this feature? Thanks in advance...
> >> 
> >> -pn42
> > 
> > 
> > 
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