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Subject [Jdo Wiki] Update of "CurrentDevelopment" by CraigRussell
Date Mon, 18 Dec 2006 20:35:28 GMT
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  || 13 || In 9.5, add method to register multiple state manager classes. public static void
registerAuthorizedStateManagerClasses(java.util.Collection smClasses) throws !SecurityException;
|| done || || ||
  || 14 || In Chapter 11, add properties for configuring !PersistenceManagerFactory that are
consistent with JPA specification of !TransactionType and Persistence Unit Name. || x || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-449
JDO-449] || ||
  || 15 || In Chapter 12, specify the behavior of !PersistenceManager if it extends Serializable
and writeObject is called. || x || || x ||
- || 16 || In 12.6.6, clarify that a JDO!UserException will be thrown when invoking newInstance:
if a class is not persistence-capable, or does not declare a public no-args constructor; if
an interface is not persistence-capable or declares methods that are not defined as persistent
properties; if an abstract class is not persistence-capable or declares abstract methods that
are not defined as persistent properties. || x || || x ||
+ || 16 || In 12.6.6, clarify that a JDO!UserException will be thrown when invoking newInstance:
if a class is not persistence-capable, or does not declare a public no-args constructor; if
an interface is not persistence-capable or declares methods that are not defined as persistent
properties; if an abstract class is not persistence-capable or declares abstract methods that
are not defined as persistent properties. || done || || [http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-453
JDO-453] ||
- || 17 || In 12.6.8, section heading Explicit Detach, the sentence "If the parameter instance
is detached, then JDO!UserException is thrown. " should be removed. || x || || ||
+ || 17 || In 12.6.8, section heading Explicit Detach, the sentence "If the parameter instance
is detached, then JDO!UserException is thrown. " should be removed. || done || || ||
- || 18 || In 12.6.8, add a note that serialization for storage using the serialized, serialized-element,
serialized-key, or serialized-value metadata attributes does not create a detached instance.
|| x || || ||
+ || 18 || In 12.6.8, add a note that serialization for storage using the serialized, serialized-element,
serialized-key, or serialized-value metadata attributes does not create a detached instance.
|| done || || ||
  || 19 || In 12.6.8, clarify the behavior of instances during serialization both with and
without an active transaction. || x || || x ||
- || 20 || In 12.7.5, change public int setMaxFetchDepth(); to public int getMaxFetchDepth();
|| x || || ||
+ || 20 || In 12.7.5, change public int setMaxFetchDepth(); to public int getMaxFetchDepth();
|| done || || ||
- || 21 || In 12.7.5, specify that getFetchGroups returns a read-only copy of the active Fetch
Groups. || x || || x ||
+ || 21 || In 12.7.5, specify that getFetchGroups returns a read-only copy of the active Fetch
Groups. || done || || x ||
- || 22 || In 12.7.6, p. 127, change "A recursion-depth of 0 will fetch the whole graph of
instances reachable from this field." to "A recursion-depth of -1 will fetch the whole graph
of instances reachable from this field." || x || || ||
+ || 22 || In 12.7.6, p. 127, change "A recursion-depth of 0 will fetch the whole graph of
instances reachable from this field." to "A recursion-depth of -1 will fetch the whole graph
of instances reachable from this field." || done || || ||
- || 23 || In 12.7.6 p. 129, change fetch-depth to recursion-depth in the example. || x ||
|| ||
+ || 23 || In 12.7.6 p. 129, change fetch-depth to recursion-depth in the example. || done
|| || ||
  || 24 || In 14, add subqueries to permit e.g. select from Employee where this.salary >
(select avg(salary) from Employee) || x || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-446
JDO-446] || x ||
- || 25 || In 14.6.2 p. 159, the sectionheading "Methods" is not marked as a sectionheading.
|| x || || ||
+ || 25 || In 14.6.2 p. 159, the sectionheading "Methods" is not marked as a sectionheading.
|| done || || ||
- || 26 || Add to 14.6.9: Projected SCOs are never owned, projected FCOs are always managed.
Modifying unowned SCOs never has an effect on the database. Modifying FCOs no matter how you
get them always has an effect if the tx commits. || x || || [http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-390
JDO-390]||
+ || 26 || Add to 14.6.9: Projected SCOs are never owned, projected FCOs are always managed.
Modifying unowned SCOs never has an effect on the database. Modifying FCOs no matter how you
get them always has an effect if the tx commits. || done || || [http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-390
JDO-390]||
- || 27 || In 15.3, p. 187, the third paragraph, beginning "The field on the other side" and
ending "in the next transaction", is duplicated and will be removed. || x || || ||
+ || 27 || In 15.3, p. 187, the third paragraph, beginning "The field on the other side" and
ending "in the next transaction", is duplicated and will be removed. || done || || ||
  || 28 || In 15.3, add text to describe updating the other side of relationships where this
side is deleted. This maintains referential integrity for delete as well as update. || x ||
|| x ||
- || 29 || Add to 17.1.11 JDO!UserCallbackException extends javax.jdo.JDO!UserException ||
x || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-447 JDO-447] || x ||
+ || 29 || Add to 17.1.11 JDO!UserCallbackException extends javax.jdo.JDO!UserException ||
done || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-447 JDO-447] || x ||
  || 30 || In Chapter 18, add an xml element to specify the fetch plan to use for a query.
|| x || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-448 JDO-448] || x ||
- || 31 || In 18.15.1, change "(e.g. a field of type Object can specify field-type=”Integer”)."
to "(e.g. an element of type Object can specify element-type=”Integer”). || x || || ||
+ || 31 || In 18.15.1, change "(e.g. a field of type Object can specify field-type=”Integer”)."
to "(e.g. an element of type Object can specify element-type=”Integer”). || done || ||
||
- || 32 || In Chapter 18, add to .jdo metadata: <!ATTLIST property field-type CDATA #IMPLIED>
|| x || || ||
+ || 32 || In Chapter 18, add to .jdo metadata: <!ATTLIST property field-type CDATA #IMPLIED>
|| done || || ||
- || 33 || Add to 18.15.1 "The default for dependent-element is false." || x|| || ||
+ || 33 || Add to 18.15.1 "The default for dependent-element is false." || done|| || ||
- || 34 || Add to 18.15.2 "The default for dependent-key is false." || x || || ||
+ || 34 || Add to 18.15.2 "The default for dependent-key is false." || done || || ||
- || 35 || Add to 18.15.2 "The default for dependent-value is false." || x || || ||
+ || 35 || Add to 18.15.2 "The default for dependent-value is false." || done || || ||
- || 36 || Change the last paragraph of 21.6 from "For Detachable classes, the results of
restoring a serialized persistent instance graph is a graph of interconnected detached instances
that might be attached via the attachCopy methods." to "For Detachable classes, the results
of restoring a serialized persistent instance graph is a graph of interconnected detached
instances that might be attached via the makePersistent methods." || x || || ||
+ || 36 || Change the last paragraph of 21.6 from "For Detachable classes, the results of
restoring a serialized persistent instance graph is a graph of interconnected detached instances
that might be attached via the attachCopy methods." to "For Detachable classes, the results
of restoring a serialized persistent instance graph is a graph of interconnected detached
instances that might be attached via the makePersistent methods." || done || || ||
- || 37 || Change 21.13 from "Some methods require a non-null state manager. In these cases,
if the jdoStateManager is null, then !IllegalStateException is thrown." to "Some methods require
a non-null state manager. In these cases, if the doStateManager is null, then JDO!FatalInternalException
is thrown." || x || || ||
+ || 37 || Change 21.13 from "Some methods require a non-null state manager. In these cases,
if the jdoStateManager is null, then !IllegalStateException is thrown." to "Some methods require
a non-null state manager. In these cases, if the doStateManager is null, then JDO!FatalInternalException
is thrown." || done || || ||
- || 38 || Change 21.21.7 Generated jdoGetManagedFieldCount sample implementation to avoid
using the jdoFieldNames field that might be initialized after it is used during initialization
of a subclass. (See ChangeLog for details.) || x || || ||
+ || 38 || Change 21.21.7 Generated jdoGetManagedFieldCount sample implementation to avoid
using the jdoFieldNames field that might be initialized after it is used during initialization
of a subclass. (See ChangeLog for details.) || done || || ||
- || 39 || Add to Chapter 23, constants defined in the JDOPermission class. (See ChangeLog
for details.) || x || || ||
+ || 39 || Add to Chapter 23, constants defined in the JDOPermission class. (See ChangeLog
for details.) || done || || ||
  ||40 || JDK 1.5 changes || x || || ||
  || 41 || Add to 6.3 a section requiring support for enum types, including subclasses of
enum types. || x || || x ||
  || 42 || Change in 12.6 signatures of the following !PersistenceManager methods to be generic.
Note that these changes are source compatible with existing application programs. (See ChangeLog
for details.) || x || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-450 JDO-450] || x ||

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