NetworkConfigurator. A programmatic interface to JXTA configuration
By hamada on Jun 24, 2006
If you are familiar with JXTA configuration, you will surely appreciate the new bug fixes, and features added to the latest JXTA platform release (2.4). The latest release included significant fixes and features to deal with node configuration:
- ext:config included several bug fixes, and improved stability, it also included additional configuration profiles.
- A programmatic interface to node configuration (see NetworkConfigurator), by design, NetworkConfigurator is a JavaBean, allowing for declarative configuration deployment (see jxta-spring). In addition NetworkConfigurator exposes API's (see load(uri), getPlatformConfig(), etc.), which would facilitate secure network based deployment services, as well as automate certificate, ID, and rendezvous/relay seed provisioning. Special thanks to the community members who contributed and helped drive these new API's (especially vwilliams, ae6rt, bondolo, fdimglio, ibirrer)
Network Based Configuration Provisioning
NetworkConfigurator config = new NetworkConfigurator();