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From Michelle Caisse <Michelle.Cai...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: JDO TCK Conference Call Friday, Mar 31 9 am PST
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 23:19:55 GMT
Hi,

We will have our regular meeting Friday, March 31 at 9 am PST to discuss 
JDO TCK issues and status.

Dial-in numbers are:
866 230-6968   294-0479#
International: +1 865 544-7856

Agenda:

1. Test status (Michael)
2. Issues with staged release (any and all)
3. Integration and testing of JDO 2.0 release (Craig, others)
4. Other issues (any and all)

Action Items from weeks past:

[Mar 24 2006] Craig has instructions on creating a release, and will add 
a wiki  page with the instructions in case anyone else has an itch to 
make a  release.

[Mar 24 2006] Need to resolve serialization of a detachable instance for 
durable  storage. AI Craig: propose a solution for the specification.

[Mar 17 2006]  AI Craig: review EG discussion on JDOHelper   constructor 
vs. newInstance(). Done. "There's no state in a JDOHelper  instance so 
there's really not much of a reason to use a singleton  pattern."

[Mar 17 2006]  Remaining  issue: datastore identity strategy is  
currently defined as IDENTITY  but some datastores don't support  
IDENTITY columns. AI CraIg: propose  a solution. In progress

[Feb 3 2006] AI Michael W fix list of teardown classes in company    
model reader. JDO-285. But this fix cannot be checked in until JPOX    
is fixed.

[Jan 20 2005]  AI Craig look at new life cycle tests to see if it   can  
fail at the end printing failure messages. AI Craig review the    spec   
updates to make sure the test is consistent. AI Craig:   resolve  the   
test case and spec issues. Done. Martin will start   with the code that  
Michael W updated and will update the test case   not to fail on the  
first error.

[Nov 18 2005] AI: BEA to sign the donation paperwork for their test    
suite. Review how to merge their test cases into JDO TCK. The   latest   
news in BEA is that BEA plans to donate their object   persistence   
engine to open source; it's not clear where they will   do this,   
perhaps in Apache as a sister project to Apache JDO.  BEA's  OpenJPA is  
currently under consideration in the Apache  incubator, so  the  
integration work might be facilitated once this  is resolved.

[Nov 4 2005] AI Martin: Update Martin's wiki with discusion of JDK    
1.5 issues. in progress

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

[July 29 2005] AI: Michelle Chapter 18 wiki needs to be updated to    
include all JDO metadata elements and attributes.

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