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From "Jeff Levitt (JIRA)" <derby-...@db.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (DERBY-425) Developer's guide issues
Date Fri, 01 Jul 2005 01:24:57 GMT
Developer's guide issues

         Key: DERBY-425
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-425
     Project: Derby
        Type: Task
  Components: Documentation  
 Environment: all
    Reporter: Jeff Levitt
    Priority: Minor
     Fix For:

Some general comments:
1. SQL tips starts at page 94 of the document, but table of content lists it starting at page

2. At each page of this document, you might want to add guide name and main section name at
the footer of the page so that it is easier to see which guide and which section the page
belongs to.  

3.  These are comments by Susan concerning some of the graphics in the Developer's Guide.
 To fix these, I think we need someone who knows something about graphics and has the authoring
tools available to do something like this.

Page: http://incubator.apache.org/derby/docs/devguide/cdevconcepts16400.html

The color of the arrows and in one instance the length of the bars in these
examples is incorrect.

Figure 1:

The arrow on the time line should be yellow, not orange.
The arrow under the text 'Transactions are never aborted ...', should be orange, and
not yellow. So in effect, the colors of the arrows is exactly opposite to what it
should be.

Figure 2:

Again, the color of the arrows is exactly in reverse. The first arrow should be
yellow, the second arrow should be orange.

Figure 3:

The color of the arrows is incorrect, but the length of the bars are incorrect.
Since locksWaitTimeout is at 50 seconds, it should be smaller in length then the
deadlockTimeout bar, which is 60 seconds.

So the picture should look something like this:

|locksWaitTimeout= 50 |
| deadlockTimeout = 60 | \/ No deadlock ....

               I've been waiting 50 seconds
               Abort me (I'll try again later).
                            \/ (orange) 

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