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Definition

Excerpt

A user-provided configuration to use instead of the default Cargo-provided ones

Explanations

Cargo allows you to plug your own custom configuration implementation.

Support Matrix

Java

Ant

Maven2

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Java API

You can register your configuration against the DefaultConfigurationFactory class. It's optional and only required if you want to let users use the DefaultConfigurationFactory class to instantiate your configuration. For example you could write:

Code Block
ConfigurationFactory factory = new DefaultConfigurationFactory();
factory.registerConfiguration("containerIdOfAssociatedContainer", ContainerType.INSTALLED, 
    ConfigurationType.STANDALONE, MyCustomConfiguration.class);

Ant Task

Use the class attribute of the configuration element. For example:

Code Block
xml
xml
<cargo containerId="containerIdOfAssociatedContainer" [...]>
  <configuration class="package.to.MyCustomConfiguration" type="standalone">
[...]  

Maven2 Plugin

Use the implementation element under the configuration element. For example:

Code Block
xml
xml
[...]
<configuration>
  <container>
    <containerId>containerIdOfAssociatedContainer</containerId>
    [...]
  </container>
  <configuration>
    <implementation>package.to.MyCustomConfiguration</implementation>
    <type>standalone</type>
  </configuration>
[...]