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From Rick Hillegas <rick.hille...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: 10.7.1 release notes and buddy testing
Date Fri, 12 Nov 2010 20:02:01 GMT
Thanks for the detailed comments, Dag. I have updated the release notes, 
incorporating most of your recommendations.

Cheers,
-Rick

Dag H. Wanvik wrote:
> Hi,
>
> thanks for preparing the release notes, Rick! Some notes
>
> - title: Derby -> Apache Derby. Same in first line in overview.
> - new features, bullet one: "privileges" and "permissions" are both
>   used in the same sentence. Choose one form, I suggest privileges.
>   Bullet five: "remote clients" -> Applications using the Derby network
>   client driver
> - unicode -> Unicode
> - ascii -> ASCII
>
> - bug fixes: should we include Test category bugs at all? I am not sure
>   that is interesting to end users.
> - issues:
>
>   DERBY-4786: It is a big confusing that we speak of Derby 10.4 and
>   higher, when one would expect to see 10.7. I guess this is because we
>   have backported it... Note required?
>
>   DERBY-4777: The wording implies that user could rely on particular SQL
>   states from Derby. In general, I believed we make no such guarantees. If
>   that is still the case, a caveat is in order, I think.
>   E.g. ".... in Client mode, 'ERROR 42X30' should be expected."
>
>   DERBY-4577: "Summary of change" is logically backwards: It states that
>   the changes is that "An update statement will fail with..."  The real
>   change is "On a new database, an UPDATE statement will no longer ever
>   give "nospc.U". On an old database, after calling SYSCS_COMPRESS_TABLE
>   on it, an UPDATE statement will no longer ever give "nospc.U"... The
>   problem applies for section "Symptoms seen..".
>
>   insures -> ensures
>
> Thanks,
> Dag
>
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