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From Matt Hogstrom <>
Subject Re: [jira] Closed: (DAYTRADER-16) JPA mode
Date Thu, 02 Nov 2006 22:38:08 GMT
In order to clear things up a bit I made the following changes (this  
was the result of a conversation with David J on IRC earlier today  
and Chris).  I have copied trunk before the JPA changes into  
daytrader/branches/1.2 and we'll leave the 1.x stream as J2EE 1.4 and  

svn co -r 469283 
trunk 1.2

1.2 will include the new Dojo look and feel as well as the SLSB mode  
and Piyush's changes to create the databases.  I'd like to fix the  
market summary queries also as they're killing me in that they're so  
heavy.  These changes will go into trunk as well.

trunk will become 2.0-SNAPSHOT and will become the Java EE 5.0  
release.  I think starting with 2.0 we'll layer in JPA and it will  
become a Java 1.5 build as well and may not work on earlier Java  
Versions.  I would also like to incorporate some caching features so  
we can characterize G-Cache functionality as well.

I'm planning on proposing a release of DayTrader 1.1.1 this week that  
has improved documentation, plans, and a few bug fixes.

Other ideas?

On Oct 31, 2006, at 11:19 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:

> On Oct 30, 2006, at 6:09 PM, Christopher Blythe wrote:
>> David...
>> Read through your notes late last week concerning the JPA mode  
>> additions and figured I would add my comments here. We definitely  
>> need to add support for JPA and EJB 3.0 into Daytrader; however,  
>> we also need to maintain the existing JDBC and EJB 2.1 operating  
>> modes in some way shape of form for functional/performance  
>> regression testing purposes.
>> What I would really like to see are continued enhancements to  
>> clean-up Daytrader in it's existing form in the 1.2.X release  
>> stream. This would include things like the SSB to JDBC mode that I  
>> submitted in DAYTRADER-15, the Dojo interface in DAYTRADER-17,  
>> etc. This would leave Daytrader 1.2.X as an excellent testcase for  
>> J2EE 1.4 functionality.

Matt Hogstrom

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