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From "Robert Godfrey" <rob.j.godf...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [java] test cases
Date Thu, 03 May 2007 10:52:26 GMT
Hi Arnuad,

what other stores are you writing?

We *really* could do with a persistent store that has Apache
compatible licensing...  even if it's not the most efficient it would
at least enable us to add persistence testing to our unit tests.

I started on looking at writing an JDBC/SQL based store for this
purpose but would need to change it now you've made your changes.  If
you're already looking at this, then I won't bother.


On 03/05/07, Arnaud Simon <asimon@redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> There was one path mistake in the config file that I checked in but
> Gordon has spotted it and solved it (Thanks for that Gordon).
> Apart from that I am still working on having all the test cases passing
> against all the stores. So, I would encourage you not to use the current
> revision for production. I'll let you know when everything has been
> tested. I am also adding crash recovery tests that are useful for
> testing tx.
> I have also updated the in-memory store and tx manager that were not
> properly implemented but required (I'll produce a new patch soon). Note
> that the BDB implementation is checked in under etp.108.redhat.com. I
> have also other stores that are not yet finalized.
> One main thing that we need to change though is the way message chunks
> are handled. At the minute this not really optimum.
> So, to summarize my plan for action for this week and next week is:
> 1) finalize in memory store and tx
> 2) have all the tests rewritten for the new store and tx interfaces
> 3) have all the tests (Junit and system) passing against all the stores
> 4) add crash recovery tests
> 5) extend dtx support
> 6) finalize new stores

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