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From torque-...@db.apache.org
Subject [DB Torque Wiki] Updated: TorqueFuture
Date Tue, 21 Dec 2004 09:31:54 GMT
   Date: 2004-12-21T01:31:54
   Editor: HenningSchmiedehausen <hps@intermeta.de>
   Wiki: DB Torque Wiki
   Page: TorqueFuture
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/db-torque/TorqueFuture

   no comment

Change Log:

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@@ -18,38 +18,29 @@
 
  * Defined datatypes for SQL columns and tables. (hps)
 
- * Introduce a some sort of "handle" onto a data source / table collection, allowing things
like
-   defined initialization, setting default parameters (similar to Hibernate Session?) (hps)
+ * Introduce a some sort of "handle" onto a data source / table collection, allowing things
like defined initialization, setting default parameters (similar to Hibernate Session?) (hps)
 
  * Move functionality from the generated Peer and Object classes back into the runtime. (hps)
 
- * Build a pluggable criteria system using a generator (connected to the "handle" object
to create
-   a criteria and an evaluation method to get the query / select string) (hps)
+ * Build a pluggable criteria system using a generator (connected to the "handle" object
to create a criteria and an evaluation method to get the query / select string) (hps)
 
  * (Maybe) split up the Criteria into an Insert / Select / Delete criteria (hps)
 
- * Build a unified Transaction system, which is able to use different transaction types thus
allowing
-   the usage of transactions managed by a container (hps)
+ * Build a unified Transaction system, which is able to use different transaction types thus
allowing the usage of transactions managed by a container (hps)
 
- * Keep the "simple" approach that made Torque fast and versatile: Don't try to rebuild Hibernate.
No 
-   generic object -> SQL mapper, just a table schema representation in SQL (hps)
+ * Keep the "simple" approach that made Torque fast and versatile: Don't try to rebuild Hibernate.
No  generic object -> SQL mapper, just a table schema representation in SQL (hps)
 
  * No implicit caching (maybe pluggable). Use JCS? (hps)
 
 == Torque Code generator ==
 
- * Start looking into commons-sql, once is has been transferred to the DB Project. Start
replacing
-   the SQL part of Code generation with the commons-sql generator, making it compatible and
exchangeable
-   with OJB (hps)
+ * Start looking into commons-sql, once is has been transferred to the DB Project. Start
replacing the SQL part of Code generation with the commons-sql generator, making it compatible
and exchangeable with OJB (hps)
 
  * Examine ways to generate the Class sources with this project (hps)
 
- * Allow multiple OM schemata to be generated, allowing one installed torque generator to
be used for
-   multiple project with different runtime levels (-- Henning: I have a patch for this).
(hps)
+ * Allow multiple OM schemata to be generated, allowing one installed torque generator to
be used for multiple project with different runtime levels (-- Henning: I have a patch for
this). (hps)
 
- * Get rid of Texen? Maybe go XSLT? Use some different templating technique (while Velocity
and Texen
-   do a reasonably good job, their error reporting really lacks. Integration of the engine
into other
-   projects is also not really intuitive). (hps)
+ * Get rid of Texen? Maybe go XSLT? Use some different templating technique (while Velocity
and Texen do a reasonably good job, their error reporting really lacks. Integration of the
engine into other projects is also not really intuitive). (hps)
 
 
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