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From Matthew Adams <matt...@matthewadams.me>
Subject [persistence]
Date Thu, 22 Aug 2013 14:11:22 GMT
*Note:  copying the JDO developers alias.*

I saw your post<http://blog.osgi.org/2013/08/the-perfect-osgi-persistence-model.html>on
using persistence technologies, and would like to extend you an offer
attend the JDO expert group's weekly conference call to discuss the matter.
 Here are the conference call coordinates.

(CRAIG/MICHAEL/MICHELLE: can you please confirm the time for Peter?  I
can't tell if we've changed from 9 AM PT to 10 AM PT.)

Dial-in numbers are:
US Toll free: 866 682-4770
Germany Frankfurt 069222216106
Germany Toll free: 08006648515
(Other countries by request)

To place the call:
1. Call the toll free number.
2. Enter the conference number 939-3689#
3. Enter the security code 1111#

I have been a member of JDO since 2000, and was the primary driver for
the 3.0.1
point release<https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO/fixforversion/12317950>that
added OSGi headers to the JDO API jar, so I can sympathize with your

While I suspect that the JDO specification itself, under the auspices of
the JCP, should not address OSGi, I do believe that it's appropriate for
the Apache JDO project <http://db.apache.org/jdo> to produce bits that help
implementations better export the PersistenceManagerFactory and other
interfaces.  I would suggest that you work directly with the JDO
implementations as well, especially DataNucleus (the JDO reference
implementation), which I think has already done a fairly good job of
supporting OSGi.

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