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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Geronimo 2.1.1 release
Date Thu, 03 Apr 2008 16:26:11 GMT

On Apr 3, 2008, at 9:02 AM, Joe Bohn wrote:

> Donald Woods wrote:
>> Also, it seems that we need an updated tranql-connector-db2-xa-1.2  
>> build, to fix a known problem with the trace file setting.
>> See 
>> post=16404097&framed=y&skin=134
> Thanks Donald.
> I asked on that thread if updating to the newer connector actually  
> resolved the issue.
> Does anybody happen to know if there is a release planned in the  
> near future for this connector should it prove to be the solution  
> for this issue?  If not, how hard would it be to add create one (I  
> guess that's a question for you David)?  Also, I'm not sure how  
> these connectors are typically released ... would we upgrade all of  
> the connectors or just the db2-xa connector?
Just that one.  I'll try for today or tomorrow.  IIRC we haven't been  
having votes on tranql stuff so I think I just need to review the  
build state and release it.

david jencks

> Perhaps it would suffice to just include documentation on how to  
> upgrade the connector to resolve the issue and deliver the released  
> connector in 2.1.2 and/or 2.2.
> Joe
>> -Donald
>> Joe Bohn wrote:
>>> I think it's about time we got a 2.1.1 release out.  The main  
>>> motivation is to deliver a fix for the PortletSecurityException  
>>> when using https on the admin console ( 
>>> jira/browse/GERONIMO-3855). but there are a lot of other fixes  
>>> that have been integrated as well.
>>> The TCK looked good with a recent run ... so I think that should  
>>> not be an issue.
>>> As far as snapshots go, it looks like we're now pulling in a  
>>> snapshot for javamail that we would need to resolve (geronimo- 
>>> javamail_1.4_mail-1.4-SNAPSHOT.jar).  I think that's the only one.
>>> Are there any other changes/fixes that we should be looking to  
>>> include prior to a release?
>>> I am willing to get my feet wet as the release manager unless  
>>> somebody else wants to pick it up.
>>> Joe

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