[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-07-11 Thread Matthew Peters
Sorry - In my case silence = I usually only watch the top 7 topics i.e. the ones that show up on the phpsoa google page, and this one had risen up and fallen below that threshold before I got round to reading it. I think it would be an interesting social experiment to see if we can evolve some

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-07-10 Thread Graham Charters
Hi Caroline, Sorry for my silence (other project activities have taken over my life at the moment). I would like to see this. As someone who commits less that others and whose brain seems to flush information all to readily, having the documented processes to refer to would be very helpful.

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread Caroline Maynard
Matthew Peters wrote: I have just checked in some changes to the SDO C++ code (thanks, Pete Robbins) and a one-liner to one of the classes in the soap binding which I think fix 11012 and 11004. Both the wsdl and the soap messages now validate correctly with soapscope and Java Xerces, which

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread simonslaws
On 14 Jun, 11:22, Caroline Maynard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matthew Peters wrote: I have just checked in some changes to the SDO C++ code (thanks, Pete Robbins) and a one-liner to one of the classes in the soap binding which I think fix 11012 and 11004. Both the wsdl and the soap

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread Matthew Peters
Caroline, Thanks for the reminder, I have changed the Tuscany defect 1297 to closed. I have made a note of the Tuscany level in our DUNLIN page here - I'll remember to add it to the release notes. I have just answered your post on 24th May - which I never spotted at the time, apologies. There

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread Caroline Maynard
Matthew Peters wrote: I have just answered your post on 24th May - which I never spotted at the time, apologies. There must be another one I have missed since you say either of my requests. Please point me at the one I have missed. FWIW, it was in a reply sent 8 Jun to a private mail from

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread Caroline Maynard
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think that creating the suggested tests is a good idea. I've seen several emails pass by about release process and have to confess that I don't remember the details. While I'm not a big fan of being too process oriented our build and release is sufficiently

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread simonslaws
+1 to this idea. In the context of this thread, if I could encourage you to put you thoughts down about the bug filing and fixing process that would be excellent. Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-13 Thread Matthew Peters
I have just checked in some changes to the SDO C++ code (thanks, Pete Robbins) and a one-liner to one of the classes in the soap binding which I think fix 11012 and 11004. Both the wsdl and the soap messages now validate correctly with soapscope and Java Xerces, which I think must be what

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-11 Thread Michael Caplan
Hi Folks, I'd like to petition to get Bug #11004 (WSDL Generated Does Not Validate) and Request #10994 (Business Exceptions Data Returned to Client) in this release. Judging from [EMAIL PROTECTED] (sorry not sure who that is) final comment on #11004, I think this ticket is being confused with

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-11 Thread simonslaws
I'm happy to take a look at #11004 (everyone else has had a go so it's probably my turn :-). I see the difference between this and #11012 (I remember the xsi:type stuff coming up ages ago in Tuscany SDO as something that was required to get the C++ SCA implentation going - if I come across any

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-11 Thread Caroline Maynard
Michael Caplan wrote: I'd like to petition to get Bug #11004 (WSDL Generated Does Not Validate) and Request #10994 (Business Exceptions Data Returned to Client) in this release. Judging from [EMAIL PROTECTED] (sorry not sure who that is) final comment on #11004, I think this ticket is

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-11 Thread Caplan, Michael
solvable in the PHP code. Best, Mike -Original Message- From: phpsoa@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Caroline Maynard Sent: June 11, 2007 12:15 PM To: phpsoa@googlegroups.com Subject: [phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out? Michael Caplan

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-11 Thread Matthew Peters
I had a look at all these today. The nub of the problem is that both #11012 and #11004 point at JIRA #1297. I created the confusion in the first place when I raised Tuscany JIRA 1297 - I raised the original JIRA with a title that presupposed what the problem was. Really the problem is that the