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From Daniel John Debrunner <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: feedback on the UserIdentifiers wiki page
Date Thu, 17 Jan 2008 15:55:04 GMT
Martin Zaun wrote:
> A few comments on the wiki page on UserIdentifiers
>    http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/UserIdentifiers
> which I found a confusing to read (had to do it 3x).  Wanted to check if 
> it's just me.
> It's the beginning of the document that threw me of track, while the 
> examples at the end
> help eventually.
> 1) The first two sentences look contradicting each other:
>    a) "A user in Derby is represented by a case-insensitive value, 
> called normal user name
>        in this document."
>    b) "E.g.EVE, eve, eVe, eve@yahoo.com are all different users."
>    If Derby user names are case-insensitive, why do EVE and eVe 
> represent different users?

Thanks for noticing that, it was a typo, it should have said 
case-sensitive, fixed on the wiki page.


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