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From "Kevin Meyer - KMZ" <>
Subject Re: More on the Oid refactor
Date Sat, 05 May 2012 09:29:26 GMT
Hi Dan,

Firstly, I'd suggest keeping this thread to isis-dev only - it being "behind 
the scenes" and should not impact on users.

But otherwise, hard work and a lot of thought, I can see.

For my part, I can't really see any problems, and I'm just hoping that 
my apps will continue to work without refactoring when you're done! :)

I realise that my Cayenne OS will take a hit, but ID's are problem for 
me there anyway, as I still have problems managing ID's between the 
Cayenne back-end and the Isis back-end. Each thinks they "own" the 
IDs, and each has their own table to hold next ID.

Another comment: as for "stringifying" the IDs, I assume you're only 
talking about the OIDs themselves. For the SQL-OS I've been trying to 
ensure that there is a "string-free" path when-ever possible - meaning 
that my "to table" and "from table" methods work with binary objects as 
much as possible.

For the IDs, this generally means that I need a method of mapping the 
ID to/from long (the database table default).

I don't know if this affects anything on your side.


On 5 May 2012 at 10:13, Dan Haywood wrote:

> Hello all,
> First, just to say that I *know* the build is broken, and it's a pretty
> poor show on my part to let it happen, but it's a little bit of breaking
> eggs to make an omelette.
> OK, that's it for now.  Wanted to put this out there for reaction; as usual
> with these things, I'll assume silence = consensus.
> Dan
> ~~~~~~

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