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From Geir Magnusson Jr <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: Doc notice for JDBC 4 functionality in Derby 10.2
Date Thu, 14 Sep 2006 04:11:31 GMT


Rick Hillegas wrote:
> Hi Jean,
> 
> This looks great. I'd like to roll up David's observation and tweek this
> a bit more:
> 
> This documentation references new JDBC 4.0 functionality that is not
> enabled in this Apache Derby 10.2 release because a final Java SE 6
> release is not available yet. JDBC 3.0 will be available by default when
> used with Java SE 6. JDBC 4.0 functionality will only be
> available to developers who download Java SE 6 themselves and
> with it build Derby's optional JDBC 4.0 support. Please see the Release
> Notes
> for details on how to build this optional JDBC 4.0 functionality.
> Please also note the licensing restrictions which limit your use
> of beta versions of Java SE 6. The beta JDK may only be used for
> evaluation purposes; the same restriction applies to Derby's
> JDBC 4.0 support when built using the beta version of Java SE 6.

I wouldn't say the last bit, as it looks like the project is stating
that there are restrictions on the codebase.   There are none from
Apache.  Whatever  external agreements that a user may enter into is
really irrelevant.

geir

> 
> 
> Thanks,
> -Rick
> 
> Jean T. Anderson wrote:
> 
>> Scratch that first attempt -- already caught an ambiguity. Second try:
>>
>> This documentation references new JDBC 4.0 functionality that is not
>> enabled in this Apache Derby 10.2 release because a final Java SE 6
>> release is not available yet. JDBC 3.0 will be available by default when
>> used with a Java SE 6 beta build. JDBC 4.0 functionality will only be
>> available to developers who download Java SE 6 themselves and build
>> Derby with it.
>>
>> -jean
>>
>> Jean T. Anderson wrote:
>>  
>>
>>> I'm looking for wording we can plug into both the release notes and
>>> strategic pages in the documentation. How does this sound?
>>>
>>>
>>> This documentation references new JDBC 4.0 functionality that is not
>>> enabled in this Apache Derby 10.2 release. Until a final Java SE 6
>>> release is available, JDBC 3.0 will be available by default when used
>>> with a Java SE 6 beta build. JDBC 4.0 functionality will only be
>>> available to developers who download Java SE 6 themselves and build
>>> Derby with it.
>>>
>>> tweaks? comments? corrections?
>>>
>>> thanks,
>>>
>>> -jean
>>>   
>>
>>  
>>
> 
> 
> 


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