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From Craig Russell <craig.russ...@sun.com>
Subject Minutes: JDO TCK Conference Call Friday, Sep 30, 9 am PDT
Date Fri, 30 Sep 2005 17:16:24 GMT
Attendees: Michelle Caisse, Michael Bouschen, Michael Watzek, Erik Bengtson

1. Test status (Michael W) Progress last week. 6 configurations fail
out of 28. 8 failures, 14 errors.

2. Detached objects (Matthew) implemented one test; updated wiki; JPOX
doesn't support detachment at commit yet.

3. Query tests (Michael, Michael) Discussing implementation strategy
on wiki. Query in  a single structure that can be converted to API or
to single string query. First 6 query tests from table are
implemented: keyword, new operator tests. JPOX fails on GROUPING and
AS keywords. Michael will file JIRA issues on query infrastructure and
then additional JIRA issues on the new test cases. Probably 10 JIRA
issues in all.

4. Maven console issue (Karan) The jelly plugin has not been updated
yet. AI: Karan.

5. ri11 enhancer support for jdk 1.5 (Martin) Looking at ri11
enhancer, issues with the Java Model implementation. JDK 1.5
initializes classes different from JDK 1.4 and this affects the way
the model works. Michael checked in changes for ri11 and core20.

6. JPOX fixes/issues (Erik) Patches submitted for running test cases
outside of maven environment. Another fixes a bug in retrieve test

7. Other  issues and status (any and all)

Michael Watzek is now officially an Apache JDO Committer.
Congratulations Michael.

8. Review of new or updated issues in JIRA, if time permits

9. Inheritance mapping strategy.

Inheritance mapping 2 is incomplete. Person, employee, fulltime,
parttime 3 tables. The mapping needs to be changed to support
polymorphic relationships to Employees. AI Michael: file a JIRA issue
to discuss possible ways to map; will need to have
implementation-defined sequences to generate key values for all
instances of the Person class hierarchy.

Action Items from weeks past:

[Sep 2 2005]: We think it's a good idea to put a default maven goal
into jdo/trunk that tells users what the structure is of the project.
Add a maven goal that builds the JDO 2 stuff or the JDO 1 stuff. Is
there a way to define a maven multi-project with a specific list of
projects. Point users to the README and other important items. AI:
Michelle file a JIRA issue. [Michael B. did some of this.  What do we
still need?]

[Sep 2 2005]: The project needs a high level overview that tells new
people what's current, what's the plan in more detail. [Are we more or
less satisfied with what we have now?]

[Sep 2 2005]: To recruit members, update the web site. Articles on
TheServerSide directing attention to the site. T-shirts, logo. AI:
Craig write a ServerSide article.

[Aug 12 2005] AI: Craig to propose release of API20 and the entire 11
release (API, RI, TCK). This generated a large response on the
incubator alias.

[Aug 5 2005] AI Brian McCallister can send info on the instructions
how to sync Apache and ibiblio.  Re: Brian Topping needs info on
creating a maven package.

[July 29 2005] AI: Michelle Chapter 18 wiki needs to be updated to
include all JDO metadata elements and attributes. [not done]

[July 29 2005] (Craig, Brian T.) Need some permissions that Brian is working on.

[Jul 8]  Double-check locking in the PMF (Martin) Martin has
implemented and will check in.

[April 22 2005] AI JDO API release on ibiblio (Brian T)

[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.

[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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