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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: TriFork/CORBA meeting minutes
Date Sun, 10 Jul 2005 00:19:44 GMT
I know that a few people are interested in solving this using ActiveIO.  
Hiram?


Regards,
Alan


Matt Hogstrom wrote, On 7/8/2005 5:49 PM:

>Is someone actively working on the generic interfaces for wrapping the SSL
>code?  IBM is also interested in supporting this effort as it would make the
>IBM JDK a valid option as well as jRockit I'd suspect.  We'd like to make
>sure we don't go off in the weeds to solve the same problem.
>
>Thoughts?
>
>- Matt
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Alan D. Cabrera" <list@toolazydogs.com>
>To: <dev@geronimo.apache.org>
>Sent: Friday, July 08, 2005 3:54 PM
>Subject: TriFork/CORBA meeting minutes
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>>A kickoff phone call meeting occured between TriFork and a few PMC
>>members.
>>
>>July 8th 2005, 4:00pm GMT
>>
>>Attending:
>>
>>Kresten Krab Thorup - TriFork
>>David Blevins
>>Alan Cabrera
>>Jeff Genender
>>David Jenks
>>Jacek Laskowski - had to leave early
>>Geir Magnusson
>>Aaron Mulder
>>Dain Sundstrom
>>
>>Kresten explained some of the architectural bits of the TriFork CORBA
>>server.  There is a CORBA core and on top of it is the RMI/IIOP bridge.
>>They use CORBA interceptors and some interesting code for sockets.  The
>>sockets code is like Tomcat's connectors.  TriFork currently uses JacORB
>>to compile IDL.
>>
>>Integration work w/ OpenEJB would use existing standard OMG CORBA
>>interfaces with the exception of the SSL code, where the OMG spec is
>>deficient.  In this case a generic interface will be provided to make
>>the code portable across different CORBA implementations.
>>
>>There was a discussion on how OpenEJB and Trifork handles the TX aspect
>>of interop.  David Jenks mentioned that we don't currently support TX
>>interop nor do we have a JTS TM, and that we would like to support
>>interop but not necessarily JTS.  Kresten mentioned that JTS isn't quite
>>adapted to support j2ca 1.5 TX inflow and that it would probably be
>>plausible to wrap JTS around JTA although they currently do the reverse.
>>
>>The stages of work that were discussed were:
>>
>>stage 1: Extricate the CORBA server from the TriFork server.  This is
>>what will be submitted for Geronimo incubation.  Kresten will be on
>>vacation but he thinks that this will be ready in August.
>>
>>stage 2: Spruce up the code, e.g.
>>
>> - integrate OpenEJB code
>> - add javadoc comments
>> - add documentation
>> - put in a keystore server
>> - spruce up I/O code (maybe use ActiveIO)
>>
>>stage 3: get ready to graduate!
>>
>>The idea of stage 2 is to have raw code put into the incubator where
>>Kresten and the community can work together.
>>
>>The group recommended that the CORBA project be incubated in Geronimo
>>with the goal that it become a sub-project of Geronimo.
>>
>>I'm sure I left out some interesting bits.  Please feel free to fill in
>>the gaps.
>>
>>Regards,
>>Alan
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