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From Mike Matrigali <mikem_...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject Re: Derby architecture/design documents
Date Thu, 20 Jan 2005 01:40:52 GMT
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As part of your project are you developing any sort of jdbc XA test
suites that you could possibly donate to derby.  The derby XA testing
has always been on the lite side, not having a lot a real world use in
house.  Any more real world testing that can be added can only help.

Any tests you could donate would help insure that the network server
version will work well with your project in the future.

I saw on your site you mention an issue with derby, XA, branch and
single phase commit.  Could you file a derby issue for this if you
believe the derby implementation does not meet jdbc and XA specification
- - especially if you have a jdbc example showing the problem.

Dibyendu Majumdar wrote:
| Hello,
| If it is okay to do this, I'd like to volunteer to extract information out
| of the Java source files and create design documents. Can I also borrow
| stuff from the presentations? Where I get stuck, if  IBM developers can
| answer questions, that will be great.
| I am interested in the "store" module so I can start from there. Is there
| any place where work-in-progress documents can be stored ?
| BTW I have been using Derby as one the databases I test against in my
| project SimpleJTA - http://www.simplejta.org. I have to say that the Derby
| XA implementation seems more stable and correct than Oracle's. I am
| looking forward to forthcoming support for XA in the Network Server.
| Regards
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