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From Joe Bohn <>
Subject Re: Geronimo 2.1 Samples status
Date Thu, 26 Jun 2008 17:56:24 GMT

Thanks David.

Can you clarify what you mean regarding the james-geronimo plugin and 
the sendmail sample?  Did you make code changes to the sample itself (or 
the doc).  I didn't notice any changes in the sample that coincided with 
the introduction of the plugin.  Also, it looks like the james plugin is 
currently dependent on trunk.  I suspect this is required given the 
changes in the javamail spec/impl that were necessary.  If so, then I 
suspect that we would not have success using that plugin for 2.1 or 
2.1.1 samples.

Also, could you update the list of samples to indicate which ones you 
have updated, if they have been validated on both tomcat and jetty, and 
if the documentation has also been validated?


David Jencks wrote:
> looks pretty fair to me.
> I actually worked on the james-geronimo plugin to enable easier testing 
> of the sendmail sample but got sidetracked in security issues.  Let me 
> know if you want to take a look.  I think it's trunk only but might 
> still be useful to use in that sample.
> thanks
> david jencks
> On Jun 25, 2008, at 12:58 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:
>> I have been having a hard time keeping up with the status of our 
>> samples and the decisions (either explicit or implicit) that have 
>> influenced our current sample implementations.
>> In an effort to keep better track and ensure that we eventually 
>> release something I have created a wiki page:
>> Some of the content in this page should perhaps move elsewhere 
>> eventually.  In the meantime - if you can help fill in the details or 
>> wish to discuss some of the assertions please chime in so that we can 
>> reach some closure.
>> This was a quick attempt to capture the state of things.  I'm sure 
>> that I've missed things or glossed over some issues so please let me 
>> know of your concerns.  You can either start new threads or respond to 
>> this thread to voice your concern and get some discussion started.  
>> Probably most controversial are the "Misc questions/issues" where I've 
>> attempted to summarize the concerns that have been raised thus far.
>> Thanks,
>> Joe

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