I'm being objective here, and PL/J is not nearly as stable or
well-maintained... that means a lot to me or to anyone who looks at
using a Java PL.
Doesn't EDB sponsor pl/java ? I would think that might make you somewhat subjective ?


I don't think so in this situation. It is in EDB's best interest to sponsor the product that works best for them. Right now (maybe not for everyone) that is clearly pl/java.

That being said, pl-j is not as mature as pl/java, however I don't believe that is a valid reason for exclusion.
Open source projects by their nature gain maturity by exposure.

It is a valid reason if it is going to be in core.


Joshua D. Drake


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