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From Michelle Caisse <Michelle.Cai...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: [jira] Assigned: (JDO-192) testRetrieve : has incorrect parameter specification to PM.retrieve() in terms of the fgOnly parameter.
Date Tue, 25 Oct 2005 14:16:15 GMT
Hi Erik,

Have you logged onto the Apache server and changed your password as 
described in the Guide for new committers 

    Login to shell account

Setting up the account at this time is convenient (since the logon needs 
to be tested).

The first steps are to log onto the account on this server via ssh, 
change your password (do 'passwd'), and configure your ssh details:

% ssh people.apache.org

We are not going to describe how to use ssh (there are plenty of good 
tutorials <http://apache.org/dev/user-ssh.html> elsewhere). Basically 
you need to upload your public key to the .ssh directory, configure it 
properly, then you will not need your password.

If you cannot login, you need to check (via the project PMC) that the 
account has been created correctly. Please check your ssh configuration 
first (do 'ssh -e').

    Configure shell account

Once you are logged on, there are few tasks best performed right away. 
Please take care when using your shell account.

You need to check that your |umask| is set in a group friendly fashion. 
This ensures that the documents you create are editable by your fellow 
committers: including those created through CVS. To do this, (depending 
on which shell you use) edit the |.cshrc| file or |.bash_profile| and 
ensure that the |umask| is set as follows: ||

umask 002 

You may find that a |umask| line already exists, in which case it should 
be modified. Otherwise, a new line needs to be added. (You will need to 
use a *nix command-line editor such as |vi|.) Tip: You can view the 
files of some other committer, e.g. |ls -al ~mymentor; cat 

Warning: Ensure that the |.ssh| directory and all files within are not 
group writable to prevent other users from hijacking your account by 
placing their public keys there. In the case that |StrictModes| is set 
to |yes| in the openssh configuration using keys would not be possible 
at all with a group writable |.ssh| directory.

-- Michelle

erik@jpox.org wrote:

>Hi Michelle,
>It seems that I dont have rights to commit even using the https
>Quoting "Michelle Caisse (JIRA)" <jira@apache.org>:
>>     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-192?page=all ]
>>Michelle Caisse reassigned JDO-192:
>>    Assign To: Erik Bengtson
>>>testRetrieve : has incorrect parameter specification to PM.retrieve() in
>>terms of the fgOnly parameter.
>>>         Key: JDO-192
>>>         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-192
>>>     Project: JDO
>>>        Type: Bug
>>>  Components: tck20
>>>    Reporter: Andy Jefferson
>>>    Assignee: Erik Bengtson
>>> Attachments: JDO-192.patch
>>>Erik provided a patch for this some time ago (~3 weeks). Can someone with
>>the necessary permissions please commit it ? Its bugging me seeing it still
>>there ...
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