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From "Kiran Ayyagari (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (DIRSERVER-1092) org.apache.directory.server.dns.store.RecordStore not support ordered multiple resource record answers
Date Mon, 31 May 2010 10:38:42 GMT

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Kiran Ayyagari updated DIRSERVER-1092:
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    Fix Version/s: 2.0.0
                       (was: 2.0.0-RC1)

Bulk change on these DNS issues didn't work, editing again to set the fix version to 2.0

> org.apache.directory.server.dns.store.RecordStore not support ordered multiple resource
record answers 
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DIRSERVER-1092
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DIRSERVER-1092
>             Project: Directory ApacheDS
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: dns
>    Affects Versions: 1.5.1
>         Environment: Windows XP, apacheds-protocol-dns-1.5.1.jar 
>            Reporter: lizongbo
>            Assignee: Enrique Rodriguez
>             Fix For: 2.0.0
>
>
> After I fix the bug : http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DIRSERVER-1091
> Then I create MyRecordStore to implements RecordStore, I add four record answers by Order
,but i can't get the ordered Result.  
> for example: 
> I start My Test Dns Server based on apacheds-protocol-dns-1.5.1.jar. 
> I want get four record like: 
> [code] 
> E:\bind>nslookup 
> > server 10.108.20.126 
> Default server: 10.108.20.126 
> Address: 10.108.20.126#53 
> > 618119.com 
> Server: 10.108.20.126 
> Address: 10.108.20.126#53 
> Non-authoritative answer: 
> ns1.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.126. 
> ns2.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.123. 
> ns3.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.124. 
> ns4.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.125. 
> > 
> [/code] 
> but I can only get like: 
> [code] 
> E:\bind>nslookup 
> > server 10.108.20.126 
> Default server: 10.108.20.126 
> Address: 10.108.20.126#53 
> > 618119.com 
> Server: 10.108.20.126 
> Address: 10.108.20.126#53 
> Non-authoritative answer: 
> ns2.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.123. 
> ns4.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.125. 
> ns3.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.124. 
> ns1.dnspod.net nameserver = 10.108.20.126. 
> [/code] 
> the ns1 was ordered by the last , This is not I want  :( 
> So I changed org.apache.directory.server.dns.store.RecordStore.java
> [code]
> public Set<ResourceRecord> getRecords( QuestionRecord question ) throws DnsException;
> [/code]
> changed to :
> [code]
> public List<ResourceRecord> getRecords( QuestionRecord question ) throws DnsException;
> [/code]
> also I changed RecordStoreStub.java ,
> and org.apache.directory.server.dns.service.GetResourceRecords.java
> [code]
>     public Set<ResourceRecord> getEntry( RecordStore store, QuestionRecord question
) throws DnsException
>     {
>         Set<ResourceRecord> records = null;
> [/code]
> changed to : 
> [code]
>     public List<ResourceRecord> getEntry( RecordStore store, QuestionRecord question
) throws DnsException
>     {
>         List<ResourceRecord> records = null;
> [/code]
> Then  i can query  ordered multiple resource record answers 
> Pleanse Fix this bug :) 

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