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From Xuefeng Wu <>
Subject Re: New Jira task for the public timeline
Date Thu, 15 Oct 2009 00:46:02 GMT
@Vassil, Thank you!

On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 2:46 AM, Vassil Dichev <> wrote:

> > @DHe didn't.
> Sorry, I wasn't aware you still had questions, I thought I had
> answered them. Please don't hesitate to ask again if something is left
> unclear.
> > ESME-87 related with three problems.
> > 1. user can not access messages which are in mailbox , but is at a pool
> > which the user can not access.
> If a user is deleted from a pool, the user will still see any old
> messages from this pool in their Mailbox. They will not see these
> messages in Streams anymore, but please don't be concerned about this
> for now- you only need to take care of what happens in the Mailbox for
> now, OK?
> > 2. after delete user from pool, should refresh user cache. this might add
> > many code.
> Copy & paste the case classes Distributor.AllowUserInPool and
> UserActor.AllowPool into something like DisallowUserInPool and
> DisallowPool. In UserActor, when DisallowPool is receieved, instead of
> adding the pool to the pools variable, you remove it from there.
> That's a couple of lines of code, but it's fairly straightforward and
> very similar to what already happens when adding the pool to the
> cached list via the aforementioned case classes.
> > 3. when save or delete user from pool, there's no history/log record.
> We can do this at a later stage and have a separate task. If you
> implement it using the NoPermission as another type of Permission, it
> shouldn't be difficult to add a timestamp to Permission. Let's create
> another JIRA issue and not try to do everything at once.
> So, to summarize, what happens at Mailbox is fine, no need to do
> anything more. The only thing left is to send appropriate messagess to
> the Distributor and UserActor so that the cache is refreshed. If the
> latter seems complicated, please let me know.
> Vassil

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