Aaron, do you know when the 1.1 update book will come out?
On 5/4/06, David Jencks <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On May 4, 2006, at 8:08 AM, Aaron Mulder wrote:
> I need someone else to jump in here. I know there's an "upgrade"
> module in the source tree that deals with upgrading from 1.0 to
> 1.1. I don't know how you run it, or whether it's run automatically
> when it
> sees a 1.0 plan.
There's some code in the upgrade module, and we've been using it in
the tck effort, so it works on quite a few plans, but it is not yet
available in the form of a standalone tool or as part of normal
I'm not entirely sure what the best way of exposing it is. The
upgrader will not be able to upgrade all 1.0 plans: some manual work
will be required on sufficiently complex plans. For this reason I'm
tempted to supply it as a command line tool. However we might be
able to hook it up to normal deployment, but I worry that this may
slow everyone down and on non-upgradable plans produce hard to fix
> On 5/4/06, Paul Craton <
>> Hi Aaron,
>> Where is the "supplied tool" ? Is there any documentation
>> available on it?
>> "Aaron Mulder"
>> Sent by: email@example.com
>> Re: Geronimo 1.1 and Apache
>> 04/05/2006 15:29 Geronimo Development and
>> Please respond to
>> Yes, unfortunately, most of the deployment plan examples are
>> Generally, the 1.0-style plans can be upgraded to
>> automatically or with a supplied tool -- Davi J, how does that
>> so it shouldn't stop you, but there's definitely a 1.1 update to the
>> book on the way.
>> On 5/4/06, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com
>> > I have started reading Aaron Mulder's online book, "Apache Geronimo
>> > Development and Deployment" in order to get up to speed quickly
>> > Geronimo. Are there any sections that are either made obsolute or
>> > significantly out-of-date with the pending release of Geronimo 1.1?
>> > Thanks,
>> > Ian
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