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Excalibur Sourceresolve · A very common problem is resolving a source, which means finding a source using a URI. The source resolver of Avalon Excalibur is a component helping you in this task. It resolves sources from a given URI. The URI can use all available protocols of the JRE. In addition own protocols can be plugged-in. So using the standard protocols like HTTP, FTP or file can be handled in the same way, like dealing with custom, self-build protocols such as myxmldatabase://root/documents/test.xml.
Excalibur Store · The Store Package provides a way to store named objects without taking care about where and how they are stored. You can choose between different implementations that store the data e.g. in memory or on the file system etc.
Excalibur Datasource · Avalon Excalibur's DataSource package allows you to manage pooled connections in one of two ways. You can have the package handle it for you, or you can use a J2EE server's DataSource management. It provides the same kind of access regardless of which method you choose, since they are obtained through Avalon's Component Manager infrastructure. The DataSource package requires that you load the necessary driver classes at init time, but it will take care of all necessary issues from there.
Excalibur XML Utilities · Excalibur's XML Utilities provide simplified wrappers for XML parsers, transformers and XPath evaluators. It also provides interfaces and classes useful for constructing a pipeline of XML components by defining interfaces for consuming and producing XML in either SAX or DOM formats.
Excalibur Monitor · Avalon Excalibur's resource management code allows you to be notified when a resource has changed. There are two methods of resource management: active and passive. Passive resource management acts as a holder for resources, and after the resource has been modified through it's normal API, notification goes to all listeners. Active resource management does the same, but it also polls the resources periodically to see if the resource was modified through an external method. Active resource management is perfect for monitoring files because they can be modified by external programs, and your program will be notified when the change occurs instead of constantly polling it.
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