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Subject [Ws Wiki] Trivial Update of "Tuscany/SpecProposals/JavaClient" by JeremyBoynes
Date Sun, 21 Jan 2007 18:21:19 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JeremyBoynes:
http://wiki.apache.org/ws/Tuscany/SpecProposals/JavaClient

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  = Key Interfaces =
  == SCADomain ==
  
- The SCADomain interface represents a connection between unmanaged code and an SCA domain.
The interface allows unmanaged to retrieve a CompositeContext for any component in the domain
implemented by a composite (including the domain composite) using a URI that identifies the
component.
+ The SCADomain interface represents a connection between unmanaged code and an SCA domain.
The interface allows unmanaged to retrieve a !CompositeContext for any component in the domain
implemented by a composite (including the domain composite) using a URI that identifies the
component.
  
  == ComponentContext ==
  
- A managed component may be injected with a ComponentContext interface to access information
specific to the instance of the component within the domain. Currently the only information
made available to a component is its URI within the domain. This provides a way for the component
to uniquely identify itself.
+ A managed component may be injected with a !ComponentContext interface to access information
specific to the instance of the component within the domain. Currently the only information
made available to a component is its URI within the domain. This provides a way for the component
to uniquely identify itself.
  
- Managed code can only obtain access to its ComponentContext through injection.
+ Managed code can only obtain access to its !ComponentContext through injection.
  
  == CompositeContext ==
  
- CompositeContext extends ComponentContext to provide unmanaged code with the ability to
act as the implementation of the component implemented by the composite. 
+ !CompositeContext extends !ComponentContext to provide unmanaged code with the ability to
act as the implementation of the component implemented by the composite. 
  
  The locateService method allows unmanaged code to access services defined within the composite,
specifically services defined by all <component> and <service> definitions in
the composite and those defined through promotion.
  
  = Other Changes =
  
-  * RequestContext is obtained through injection rather than from CompositeContext
+  * !RequestContext is obtained through injection rather than from !CompositeContext
  

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