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From Xuefeng Wu <ben...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Deleting user from access pool
Date Mon, 05 Oct 2009 14:56:56 GMT
Hey Vassil,
Sorry, I mean I found two wrong things when I'm trying to resolve this
task(delete user from pool).
Yes I know it's not thing we want and I'm trying to find what's the reason
and resolution.




On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 8:32 PM, Vassil Dichev <vdichev@apache.org> wrote:

> > Although I do not like delete any data from DB, but consider performance,
> I
> > do it.
>
> Delete data from DB? There was probably a misunderstanding- when you
> set a permission for a user in a pool, that's the only time you
> "delete" data- it's the old permission setting. You could update the
> old permission setting to the same effect. The point is that there are
> no two permissions for the same user in the same pool. Then behavior
> could be indeterminate, which is a bad thing.
>
> > 1. After I delete user from access pool, the message is send to his/her
> > mailbox as before.
>
> I think you got it wrong here- when a user's permission in a pool is
> removed, messages from this pool should *not* be sent to the user's
> mailbox!
>
> > 2. After delete user from access pool, user can not his/her message which
> > already in mailbox before.
>
> No, I'm afraid this is wrong again- by design a user will *still* see
> old messages from the time when the user was still a member of this
> access pool. Unfortunately I don't remember where we discussed this,
> and there may be confusing information in previous documents/mail
> discussions about pools.
>
> When I write the "specs" test, hopefully things will be clearer.
>



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