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From Michelle Caisse <Michelle.Cai...@Sun.COM>
Subject Minutes of JDO TCK Conference Call Friday, Jun 24, 9 am PST
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2005 16:57:13 GMT
Atendees: Michael Watzek, Matthew Adams, Martin Zaun, Geoff Hendrey,
Erik Bengston, Michael Bouschen, Michelle Caisse.

Michelle checked in TestRunner this week. Unexpectedly, it resulted in a
~6x performance improvement. This is apparently caused by using table
names explicitly qualified by the schema name and is likely specific to
Derby as a datastore.  Michael completed the ICompany package and
submitted the patch which was checked in. He is currently implementing
clean-up for the remainder of the tests that don't already clean up. At
the moment there are still duplicate key errors whose cause is unknown.

Geoff is fixing bugs in JDOMax revealed by the new TCK11 tests.

Erik has taken a look at the test errors in the query.operator package
and is working on JPOX bug fixes for these.

Matthew reports no changed on detached objects status. Plans to port
some JPOX unit tests to the TCK.
AI: Michelle to send pdf of latest spec with assertions to Matthew,
Michael B.

Discussed JPOX options for disabling validations of database entities.
It appears that TCK20 sets all available options to false.
AI: Michelle to file JIRA issue, email to jdo-dev on cases where JPOX
seems to still attempt validation.

Action Items from weeks past:

AI JDO API release on ibiblio (Brian T) no change.

[Jun 3 2005]  AI: Craig file a JIRA on current errors.

[May 20 2005] AI: Craig file JIRA bug and fix this. Can test cases rely
on JDOHelper for state interrogation of non-binary-compatibility
classes? Yes, but the  JDO 2.0 JDOImplHelper class has not implemented
the functionality yet.

[April 15 2005] AI Brian Topping will update the wiki to tell how to
access our releases area.

[April 15 2005] AI Brian Topping will do the maven goal for creating and
uploading the snapshots. He will create a directory parallel to trunk
called "releases" and put the snapshots there.

[April 15 2005] AI Matthew will create a directory in the
tck.api.persistencemanager called detach in which he will have complete
freedom to implement the assertions in the detach section of the
specification.

[April 22 2005] AI Craig will resolve what happens if an application
identity field is changed while the object is detached.

[April 22 2005] AI Craig will resolve the serialization contract for a
Detachable class so that implementations interoperate.

[May 13 2005] AI Brian Topping will implement pushing SNAPSHOT builds of
the project to ibiblio.

[May 13 2005] AI Brian Topping will arrange for automated nightly builds.

[May 13 2005] AI Martin Zaun will investigate JSR 294 (Java 5) to see
impact on enhancer.

[May 20 2005] AI Craig to define the JCP distributions and see if maven
can help.

-- Michelle



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