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From Rick Hillegas <rick.hille...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: Multi-tenant jdbc driver for Apache Derby: GSoC project idea
Date Wed, 02 Mar 2011 13:41:58 GMT
Hi Lance,

I think that Eranda is proposing something interesting, particularly if 
we view it as a prototype of the api which the EG is considering. Is 
there a way to tie Eranda into those discussions?


On 3/1/11 9:44 AM, Lance Andersen - Oracle wrote:
> As part of the Java EE 7 development process, multi-tenancy will be a 
> topic that is addressed.
> As part of this, I suspect I will need to look at what changes if any 
> are needed at the JDBC level.
> Until we go down this path with Java EE 7 and the JDBC Expert Group, 
>  I would be leery of trying to just create a Derby specific 
> implementation which might not be compatible with what comes out of 
> the JCP EG work.
> Regards,
> lance
> On Mar 1, 2011, at 12:32 PM, Eranda Sooriyabandara wrote:
>> Hi Devs,
>> These days I work for a project which compare the different 
>> approaches of the application level multi-tenant approaches. So I had 
>> this impression of why we can't do this in the JDBC level so that 
>> anyone can use the advantages of the multi-tenancy without much 
>> worrying of implementing the application level multi-tenant 
>> approaches. So I like to work on implementing multi-tenant JDBC 
>> driver for Apache Derby. Since this is a new concept and may involve 
>> some research I may not able to complete this within the summer but I 
>> like to do a fair amount of the work within the time and complete 
>> after that.
>> Please may I know your precious ideas about this.
>> thanks
>> Eranda
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