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Development Without Constraint

05.18.2012
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A presentation on developing apps with the JCR as a data storage. This includes an interesting discussion of the general topic of RDBMS verus non-relational ( NoSQL ) database offerings.
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Herry Johnson replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 2:15pm

When a JVM starts up in the normal way the initial thread will have the standard classloader as the context class loader, and context class loader is inherited by any more threads created.

But when an application (or framework) creates it's own classloader to load classes from somewhere off the standard class path, it should generally set that as the context classloader in threads executing the code thus loaded, whatever kind of classloader is involved (9 time out of 10 it wll be a URLClassLoader).

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