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From Jeff Levitt <de...@mylevita.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (DERBY-371) Document known client/embedded differences for the Version 10.1 release
Date Sun, 19 Jun 2005 20:52:04 GMT

--- "Kathey Marsden (JIRA)" <derby-dev@db.apache.org>

>     [
> ] 
> Kathey Marsden commented on DERBY-371:
> --------------------------------------
> I wanted to bring up the general issue of
> capitalization of the name of the network client
> driver. Dan had mentioned in reviewing the
> functional spec that like the embedded driver maybe
> the network client driver should start with lower
> case. I have not yet reviewed the other doc so don't
> know how it is cased elsewhere. Network Server used
> to be a separate product so traditionally had a
> proper name, but probably doesn't make sense for the
> network client driver. 
> Other comments ... 
> Title 
> replace 
> Differences between the embedded client and the
> Network Client 
> with 
> Differences between the embedded driver and the
> network client driver 
> How will the DERBY-370 differences be connected to
> this section? 
> Document differences between Embedded and Network
> Server for Updatable ResultSets functionality
 I've created an updated patch with your
capiltalization and topic title requests.  It will be
on Derby 371 shortly, so please review there.  As for
your question about how this ties in to 370, this
section will be added as a subtopic to the current
section "Differences between running Derby in embedded
mode and using the network server".  Currently, this
section has other subtopics, such as Isolation level
(which my patch erases), setting the port number, and
error messages.  In addition, the patch for derby-370,
which is currently awaiting approval, will add another
subtopic alongside this one that will describe the
updatable result sets differences.

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