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From Andreou Andreas <andy...@di.uoa.gr>
Subject Re: [SOURCE] Issue #TRQS87 - patch OM templates to avoid name conflict
Date Tue, 07 Jan 2003 12:06:07 GMT
I also think that it is important to have torque generate a correct 
(=with no java syntax errors) OM
in all cases, for the next release.
This means that issues TRQS87 and TRQS97 should be fixed. They both 
contain patches for
Object.vm and ObjectWithManager.vm
Also, is anyone working on the switch to commons-logging??


Will Glass-Husain wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Just wanted to ping the committers.  I submitted a patch TRQS87 about a
>month ago but never heard any feedback.  Did I submit this correctly?  Does
>someone regularly go through the issues and review the new patches?  At the
>moment I've forked the code for my project to make this work, it'd be nice
>to go back to the standard code base.
>
>Thanks,
>
>WILL
>--------------------------------------------
>You can view the issue detail at the following URL:
><http://scarab.werken.com/scarab/issues/id/TRQS87>
>
>Type :        Patch
>Issue Id :    TRQS87
>Reported by: William Glass-Husain
>             wglass - (wglass@forio.com)
>
>Description: I have several fields in my legacy database that were the same
>as Java
>reserved words.  As Torque creates a private variable for each field, that
>was
>a problem.
>I changed the name of this private variable to have "_t" appended
>to the end of the field name.  This allows java reserved words (like
>"class") to be
>field names.
>
>Status: New
>
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