> On Feb 2, 2018, at 10:53 AM, Nikita Timofeev <ntimof...@objectstyle.com> 
> wrote:
> - cayenne-joda module
> PR is already done for this, there is some discussion too [1].

With Joda stating on their site that "[..] from Java SE 8 onwards, users are 
asked to migrate to java.time (JSR-310) - a core part of the JDK which replaces 
this project.", deprecating it makes sense in 4.1 that requires Java 8.

> - password encoding settings in the Modeler
> This one is more about redesigning this feature, then just deprecation.
> Think this should be discussed s Just wanted to mention it here also.

This is very much in line with moving configuration of all Java strategies to 

> - cayenne-dbcp2 support;
> Does anyone still using this?


> For me it seems better to document how to create custom data source
> and give some examples, instead of trying to guess what will be needed by 
> users.

Yeah, while DBCP2 by itself is probably alive and well, I'd rather we move 
trivial integrations into the docs. I suspect this one falls in a "trivial" 

In other words I am +1 on all of these.


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