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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: Who wants my Cassandra session manager for Tomcat?
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2012 20:58:50 GMT
On 03/04/2012 21:08, Christopher Schultz wrote:
> Pid,
> 
> On 4/3/12 12:52 PM, Pid wrote:
>> I can't speak for the committers/project, but one option would be to
>> file an enhancement request and attach a patch in diff format.
> 
> +1
> 
> To get such a thing into Tomcat, it would probably have to have the
> following features:
> 
> 1. Be relatively self-contained -- i.e. not require much in the way of
> changes to existing classes
> 
> 2. Not have any external dependencies (new JAR files, etc.). This might
> be a problem, depending on whether your code uses the REST API for
> Cassandra or a direct Java binding.
> 
> 3. Include good documentation for how to set it up. See the existing
> session-persistence documentation for a guide, and aim to do a better job ;)
> 
> 4. Include test cases and potentially instructions for setting-up a test
> environment (i.e. you're gonna need a working Cassandra instance).
> 
> If the above are not met, you'll likely get a lot of push-back,
> including mine. I know there's a lurker on this list who maintains a
> memcached-oriented session manager and we've never really considered
> including that in Tomcat because of (I'd imagine) dependency issues.
> 
> In any case, even if it doesn't get included in Tomcat, you could always
> post it to the Wiki as contributed code. Just make sure you include
> great documentation otherwise nobody will ever use it.

There is also ASF Extras or whatever the tertiary associated thing is
called.


p

> Thanks,
> -chris
> 


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