I'm facing the exact same problem.
Did you find any way to migrate data with PB?
The only way I can think of is to keep generated code of each schema
version and program the migration with that.
The link provided by Alkis treats only cases to add/remove fileds, but that
not enough when the structure change.
On Tuesday, July 8, 2008 at 5:18:28 AM UTC-4, Colin Fleming wrote:
> Hi all,
> Great to see this project, it saves me a bunch of work I was about to
> start! I'll need to adapt it a little but it will help me a lot.
> One thing I'd like to see is some support for type/schema modification
> and migration. If PB are used only as a network wire format this is
> probably not so important, but if you serialise your objects then it
> starts to become an issue. Has anyone thought about this? I'm not sure
> how this should be encoded - I guess you'd need at a minimum a version
> number (probably as the first element) and some conditional code to
> deserialise the various forms. I was thinking about using something
> similar to what Tangosol recommend here:
> But it's a pretty limited solution. Any ideas? Patterns?
> Thanks for any help,
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