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From Frank Barnaby <Frank.Barn...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: a potential "AR1" release
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2007 19:43:07 GMT

I've done a test build with the serviceui sources moved into the jtsk
source tree (namespaces unchanged) and have found no obvious problems.

This does raise the question of whether we need to add a jar'ing target
for serviceui.

One other question comes to mind...  How should we handle the logstore
portion of the outrigger build?  Should we leave it as is, disable it
in the build, or remove the sources completely?  If we leave it as is,
we would need to consider including the prebuilt-outrigger-logstore.jar
in the source distribution, as Phil suggested, to allow builds without
the need for a Jini installation.  Disabling the logstore jar'ing
target, on the other hand, removes the dependency on the Jini binary
installation but leaves the logstore sources in a unaltered state.
In all cases, logstore cannot be used without pro.zip (the PSEpro
runtime library), but persistence is still attainable through the use
of the snaplogstore implementation.


On Aug 24, 2007, at 2:52 PM, Jim Hurley wrote:

> Not sure if these are the first/best questions to start with,
> but I think having a better understanding of how serviceui
> and the starterkit will fit/be bundled together would help.
> Since I view them as coming together (at least initially) as
> part of the River project (not staying as separate entities)...
> I wonder what it would take to move the serviceui sources
> under the jtsk root.  As an opening position (to get the
> discussion started)... let's say that we bundle together
> serviceui and starter kit into the same release bundle and
> we go with the current starter kit structure.
> Thoughts?  Issues?  Alternatives?
> thanks -Jim
>> * Should we go with the current starter kit release bundle structure?
>> * Bundle starterkit and serviceui in the release bundle?
>>    (assuming yes)  How should serviceui fit in?

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