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Subject [Jdo Wiki] Update of "CurrentDevelopment" by CraigRussell
Date Tue, 06 Feb 2007 22:51:57 GMT
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  || 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.) || done || || ||
  || 39 || Add to Chapter 23, constants defined in the JDOPermission class. (See ChangeLog
for details.) || done || || ||
- ||40 || JDK 1.5 changes || x || || ||
+ ||40  || Add methods to {{{PersistenceManager}}} and {{{PersistenceManagerFactory}}} to
allow a user to get the current time and date from the server. Allow the {{{PersistenceManagerFactory}}}
to be configured statically with {{{TimeZone}}} and {{{Locale}}} in case the information is
not available from the server itself. || [https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-462 JDO-462]
|| || ||
  || 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 ||
  || 43 || Add to 15.1 a paragraph describing that mapping an enum to a fixed-precision numeric
type uses the ordinal() value for storage; mapping to a character column type (CHAR, VARCHAR,
etc.) uses the name() value for storage; mapping to any other column type is an error. ||
x || || x ||

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