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From Bruce Snyder <>
Subject Re: JDBC
Date Fri, 15 Aug 2003 22:01:18 GMT
This one time, at band camp, Maas van den Berg said:

MvdB>On Fri, 2003-08-15 at 23:30, Bruce Snyder wrote:
MvdB>> This one time, at band camp, Maas van den Berg said:
MvdB>> MvdB>Just wanted to let you know that I've continued my braindead activities
MvdB>> MvdB>and just finished typing in the JCA apis. Don't know if we need them
MvdB>> MvdB>they are here. I'll write some unittests and post the
MvdB>> MvdB>stuff in a bit.
MvdB>> MvdB>
MvdB>> MvdB>Maas
MvdB>> MvdB>
MvdB>> MvdB>On Fri, 2003-08-15 at 23:34, Aaron Mulder wrote:
MvdB>> MvdB>> 	What's the advantage to supporting JDBC through JCA?  Is it that

MvdB>> MvdB>> JCA requires logic to deal with associating with transactions and

MvdB>> MvdB>> security, and if JDBC works through that we don't have to implement
MvdB>> MvdB>> same features twice?  Or are there other considerations?
MvdB>> MvdB>> 
MvdB>> MvdB>> Aaron
MvdB>> MvdB>> 
MvdB>> MvdB>> On Fri, 15 Aug 2003, David Jencks wrote:
MvdB>> MvdB>> > IMNSHO jdbc support should be through the JCA (connector) support
MvdB>> MvdB>> > jca-jdbc wrappers.
MvdB>> MvdB>> > 
MvdB>> MvdB>> > I think jca should be a separate module ("connector")
MvdB>> MvdB>> > 
MvdB>> MvdB>> > AFAIK the only specific communication with the ejb subsystem
needed can 
MvdB>> MvdB>> > be provided by an interceptor that makes sure connection handles
MvdB>> MvdB>> > re-associated under the correct security context.
MvdB>> Great, when you're finished, please send them to me and I'll get them
MvdB>> checked in. Also, please make sure that you use the following version
MvdB>> taglet in the class level Javadoc for all classes:
MvdB>>     @version $Revision$ $Date$
MvdB>> Bruce
MvdB>I'll will.
MvdB>I should use the LICENSE with the tailing line comments stating 'hands
MvdB>off etc...', instead of the version where these remarks are included
MvdB>within ASF license block comment, right ? 

Take a look at the other classes and you'll see that they're including
the full ASF license v 1.1 in the head of each .java file.

perl -e 'print unpack("u30","<0G)U8V4\@4VYY9&5R\"F9E<G)E=\$\!F<FEI+F-O;0\`\`");'

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