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From Rick Hillegas <Richard.Hille...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (DERBY-1583) With grant revoke enabled, defining a trigger whose actions updates a table (from different schema) results in NPE
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2006 16:08:18 GMT
Thanks, Bryan and Mike. I added this patch to the list of commits which 
I won't port to 10.2 tomorrow. See the table at the end of 
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/TenTwoRelease. Please don't forget to 
hand-port this to 10.2 if your confidence goes up.


Mike Matrigali wrote:

> I committed your latest patch to the trunk.  It seemed like a number
> of issues were starting to back up behind this one, so felt it
> reasonable to get this change into the trunk where a number of people
> could experiment with it, and verify if it fixes similar issues of if
> the other ones are different.  It also means we get a number of
> nightly tests run in different environments sooner than later.
> I also think it is reasonable to hold up on updating the branch until
> you have done the work you plan.
> Bryan Pendleton wrote:
>> Mike Matrigali wrote:
>>> Bryan do you think it is a problem checking in your patch for 1583 
>>> prior to doing the 1724 research?  Are you planning to commit, or 
>>> are you looking for someone else to commit the patch?
>> Hi Mike, thanks for the feedback.
>> I don't think it would be a problem to commit the patch now. I think the
>> patch is straightforward and it certainly prevents the NPE, and it 
>> has some
>> regression tests to help us keep an eye on this code in the future. 
>> derbyall
>> runs are completely clean.
>> The questions that Mamta and Yip have raised are good ones, and they 
>> indicate
>> that I (we) don't really understand the circumstances that cause some
>> ColumnDescriptor instances to have valid TableDescriptor values, 
>> while other
>> ColumnDescriptor instances don't.
>> If you would like to commit the patch now, to resolve the urgent problem
>> and get us moving forward, that would be great.
>> I am still intending to study the ColumnDescriptor handling more, and 
>> will
>> report on what I learned at that time.
>> If the patch hasn't been committed by the end of the weekend, and if my
>> study goes well, I was intending to commit it then.
>> But committing it now is fine with me!
>> thanks,
>> bryan

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