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JXTA Configuration Made Simple

Posted by gonzo on December 5, 2003 at 8:22 PM PST


    I've updated the "JXTA Extention: Configurator" wiki to reflect the newly minted
    "configuration registration" api:

        JXTA Ext: Configurator

    As we roll forward with JXTA 2.2 I believe FAQ items 1, 2 and 6 are addressed and/or
    resolved consistently with the new JXTA Extention Configurator api.

    The classic "Configurator UI" is wrapped in a default net.jxta.peergroup.Configurator
    implementation and a NullConfigurator implemenation has also been introduced for those
    that want to handle all the config details.

    Thank you Mathieu and Randy for Config interest and help. Also, there is a ton more we
    can do in this space so I look forward to ongoing discussions in that regard. Namely
    relevant system profiling resulting in tuned configuration as expressed by Brad and Vikas
    and new UIs, possibly seeded with SwiXml. Feel
    free to lend a hand.

    I also updated the WebStart MyJXTA[2] 2.2a link:

        MyJXTA 2.2a

    which is a build that uses both JXTA 2.2 and the new JXTA Extention Configurator.




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