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Re: Losing the resource store & losing confidence in jigsaw

From: Benoit Mahe <Benoit.Mahe@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 17:45:17 +0200
Message-Id: <199806301545.RAA05540@www43.inria.fr>
To: Daniel Sperry <sperry@hipernet.ufsc.br>
cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org

 We just modified this. Now an invalid resource (or frame class) that
 can't be loaded or instanciated will be replaced by a special resource 
 (or frame) called UnknownResource (or UnknownFrame). This will be
 available in the next release (next month).

Daniel Sperry writes:

> My previous messages where about the problems that
> I have found while developing resources (Frames) 
> using to use with jigsaw.
> The problem I exposed was that in some cases 
> (where a class of a resource is changed) is virtualy 
> impossible to delete the affected resource or 
> its parents resources.
> We, here at my lab, decided that the abstence of response to the 
> message "Changing Resource Store"
> (Message-Id: <Version.32.19980609111530.00e324e0@hipernet.ufsc.br> )
> means that developing resource frames for cgi like applications 
> is a waste of time. 
> The fact that most questions the recent messages on this list 
> is about Servlets sets clear the way we should take: 
>  Develop servlets since they won't invalidade the resource 
>   store and if proved that jigsaw won't live at all, they could
>   be used with almost any good server.
> But the problem still there. 
> There are some situations where jigsaw (jigadm) refuses to 
> delete a resource. And the only way to get thru this
> is to reinstal jigsaw.
> I cannot do that anymore. There should be a way to 
> bypass this problem and delete or replace the broken
> resource. Finally... this is my only question:
>   How I delete a resource that refuses to be delete?
> Daniel.

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