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From Sonal Goyal <sonalgoy...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: J2EE user stories
Date Tue, 03 Mar 2009 13:36:55 GMT
+1
Thanks and Regards,
Sonal


On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 2:36 AM, Nicholas Sterling <Nicholas.Sterling@sun.com
> wrote:

> Good point.  Even apart from J2EE being able to filter by package would be
> very handy.
>
> Of course if they ask a question like "What's keeping these objects in
> memory?" they may have to loosen up their filters a bit...
>
> Nicholas
>
>
>
> Adam Pilkington wrote:
>
>> I was thinking about the user stories that we currently have and realise
>> that we don't have anything to cover the J2EE arena. I'm not sure how much
>> a
>> typical J2EE developer actually makes use of a dump, given that they are
>> running within a container there is the possibility that they just refer
>> the
>> problem to their particular vendor. However, assuming that a J2EE
>> developer
>> is going to make use of a postmortem artifact, then I'm not sure that I
>> have
>> any more new user stories than those already posted to the list, but what
>> I
>> do think is that there are some refinements to be made. Primarily the
>> additional issue I see is being able to present the developer with
>> information that they are interested in, rather than it being swamped by
>> the
>> much larger amount of container data. This means that I would like to add
>> the following extension to the existing user stories (I'm not sure if
>> extensions are even possible but I don't really want to duplicate the
>> previous stores)
>>
>> * As a J2EE developer I only want to see my application artifacts and not
>> those of the hosting container.
>>
>>
>>
>

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