1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 15, 2008 4:24 AM by Tom Baeyens

    Different Environment Parsers

    mvaldes Novice

      Hi Tom,

      We are currently leveraging the DefaultEnvironmentFactory class as a default implementation for handle environments in the PVM. Instances of this class are created by the EnvironmentParser class.

      Looking into the Env-> Impl directory in the PVM I noticed there are some other implementations (empty classes by the moment) such SpingEnvironmentFactory. Is the intent to reuse xml configuration files from Spring or any other IoC container as a default configuration of the PVM ?

      This would be definitely great but its not clear to me how that could work...

      Thoughts ?

      regards,
      Miguel Valdes

        • 1. Re: Different Environment Parsers
          Tom Baeyens Master

           

          "mvaldes" wrote:
          Looking into the Env-> Impl directory in the PVM I noticed there are some other implementations (empty classes by the moment) such SpingEnvironmentFactory. Is the intent to reuse xml configuration files from Spring or any other IoC container as a default configuration of the PVM ?


          it is the intention to implement environment factories based on spring xml files. but that would not be the default configuration of the pvm.

          "mvaldes" wrote:

          This would be definitely great but its not clear to me how that could work...


          just implement the environment factory methods based on e.g. spring's ApplicationContext :-)