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From "Matt Hogstrom (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Updated: (GERONIMO-889) Replace Geronimo-Derby-Connector with TranQL Vendors Derby Connector
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2005 14:53:55 GMT
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Matt Hogstrom updated GERONIMO-889:

    Attachment: openejb.patch

Patches for OpenEJB

> Replace Geronimo-Derby-Connector with TranQL Vendors Derby Connector
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: GERONIMO-889
>          URL:
>      Project: Geronimo
>         Type: Improvement
>  Environment: All
>     Reporter: Matt Hogstrom
>  Attachments: geronimo.patch, openejb.patch
> TranQL AbstractConnectorMCF has been updated to conform to the JCA 1.5 specification.
 As such the current DerbyConnector no longer compiles due to method changes on set/getLoginTimeout.
 There were two choices to be made here.  Modify the Derby-Connector or replace the connector.
 TranQL provides a set of connectors for multiple vendors (Oracle and Derby currently with
DB2 coming before V1 of Geronimo) which provides the same functionality as the Derby-Connector
along with additional database vendor support.
> I have spoken with Dave Jencks and Jeremy about the change and we think this is the best
way to proceed.
> I don't know what appliacations may be relying 
> If we agree to make this change this improvement does the following:
> 1. Updates all artifacts in the current Geronimo Build to include the TranQL Vendors
connectors and remove all references to the Geronimo-Derby-Connector.
> 2. Updates OpenEJB to pull the correct version of the TranQL connector
> 3. Updates the sandbox PetStore Project to pull in the new connector as well.
> 4. Console Update to change the connector class (imbedded as a string in one of the portlets.
> I am finishing the patches to update the various components and testing them out.  Given
the magnitude of the change (updating multiple projects) I wanted to get this out for discussion
now.  Patches should be ready in a day or so after I've verified them.

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