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From "Greg Monroe" <Greg.Mon...@DukeCE.com>
Subject RE: Torque-3.3-RC2 released
Date Wed, 28 Feb 2007 16:25:39 GMT
Thanks Thomas! 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Vandahl [mailto:tv@apache.org] 
> Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 4:27 PM
> To: general@db.apache.org
> Cc: Apache Torque Developers List; Apache Torque Users List
> Subject: Torque-3.3-RC2 released
> The Torque team is pleased to announce the Torque 3.3-RC2 release!
> http://db.apache.org/torque/
> What is Torque?
> Torque is an object-relational mapper for Java. In other 
> words, Torque lets you access and manipulate data in a 
> relational database using Java objects. Unlike most other 
> object-relational mappers, Torque does not use reflection to 
> access user-provided classes, but it generates the necessary 
> classes (including the Data Objects) from an XML schema 
> describing the database layout.
> Changes in this version include:
>   New Features:
> o Added check whether Torque is initialized in Torque.getConnection().
>   If Torque is not initialized, a corresponding TorqueException is
>   thrown; Issue: TORQUE-79.
> o The maven 2 plugin generates the non-base classes into a different
>   directory than the base classes. This behaviour can also be 
> configured
>   for maven 1 and ant by setting the property torque.java.base.dir to
>   another directory than torque.java.dir.
> o Added a new Generator model Domain subclass called
>   SizedForBitDataDomain to support the DB2/Derby CHAR/VARCHAR 
> (size) AS
>   BIT DATA format.
>   Fixed bugs:
> o Fix the handling of interfaces while keeping backward compatibility.
>   Add documentation and test cases. Issue: TORQUE-76. Thanks to Ronny
>   Völker.
> o In the JdbcTransformTask of the generator, the attribute 
> "default" is
>   only added to the generated schema if its value is not empty. Issue:
>   TORQUE-80. Thanks to Brian Telintelo.
> o Fixed the lifecycle integration and dependency resolution of the om
>   goal in the maven 2 plugin. Thanks to Jeffrey D. Brekke.
> o Allow repeated lookups to the Torque Avalon Component. The component
>   now registers the existing MapBuilders with the new instance so that
>   they are re-built during initialization. This is considered a
>   temporary hack until the static constructors of the generated Peer
>   classes go away. Issue: TORQUE-68.
> o Set autocommit=true as default for the sqlexec task in the maven 2
>   plugin.
>   Some databases (e.g. postgresql) need this to proceed if a statement
>   execution fails.
> o Added the TEXT sql type in postgresql to the list of types 
> where size
>   and scale is silently dropped in sql generation.
> o Made the password parameter optional in the sqlexec task in 
> the maven2
>   plugin. Empty passwords work for some databases.
> o Added missing log4j jar to generator dependencies. Issue: TORQUE-73.
> o Improved Derby generator platform implimentation to support 
> correctly
>   sized BINARY and VARBINARY using the SizedAsBitDataDomain. 
> Also fixed
>   problems with the BIT and TINYINT mappings.
> o Fixed template package references that caused bad code to 
> be generated
>   if non-default packages were used.
>   Changes:
> o Centralized the handling of MapBuilders in the TorqueInstance class.
>   This allows for repeated initialization of different instances of
>   Torque. The method BasePeer.getMapBuilder(className) is now
>   deprecated.
> The vote for this release can be found in 
> http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/db-torque-dev/200702.
> Have fun!
> -The Torque team
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