Re: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread kelvin goodson
OK, I'll attach them to the wiki shortly amd place a pointer here. On 7/5/06, Jojo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Kelvin, I also didn't see any attachment in the mail. Probably the mailing-list removed the binary attachment ? -- Warm regards, jojo. On 7/5/06, kelvin goodson [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Autowire and/or CDI support?

2006-07-05 Thread Jim Marino
I've got some patches I need to apply that may fix that. One thing I need from you is to call the Connector durng the build phase ;-). I've temporarily changed method signatures of loaders to pass the parent through so I can get things like the Monitor property injector to work. I'll

Re: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread kelvin goodson
OK, pictures should be visible at http://wiki.apache.org/ws/Tuscany/LogoCandidates The missing attachments in my earlier note are a mystery, I guess google mail does some smarts with recognising an incoming mail that you have sent? I definitely see an incoming note from tuscany-dev with two

Kevin Bauer is out of the office.

2006-07-05 Thread Kevin Bauer
I will be out of the office starting 07/05/2006 and will not return until 07/22/2006. I will respond to your message when I return. For urgent messages please contact my backup Thomas F Mutdosch/Durham/[EMAIL PROTECTED] or my manager Jay Cagle/Raleigh/[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: svn repository

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Hughes
I had some problems yesterday using my old subclipse 0.9.x plugin. Upgraded to 1.0 rechecked out for good measure and all seems fine. Cheers, Jeremy On 7/4/06, Jim Marino [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Works for me (I just did an svn up). Jim On Jul 4, 2006, at 7:54 AM, kelvin goodson wrote:

Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread ant elder
There's a thread going on over on incubator-general about the use of IRC: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=11511128601r=1w=2 Are people happy with having our current weekly hour long IRC chat? I find the chat a useful way to find whats going on and gauge peoples opinions. A 1 hour chat isn't

[jira] Created: (TUSCANY-514) Various problems building with VC7

2006-07-05 Thread Ed Slattery (JIRA)
Various problems building with VC7 -- Key: TUSCANY-514 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-514 Project: Tuscany Type: Bug Components: C++ Build Environment: Windows Reporter: Ed Slattery Missing directory

[jira] Assigned: (TUSCANY-514) Various problems building with VC7

2006-07-05 Thread Ed Slattery (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-514?page=all ] Ed Slattery reassigned TUSCANY-514: --- Assign To: Ed Slattery Various problems building with VC7 -- Key: TUSCANY-514 URL:

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Paul Fremantle
I think IRC is goodness as long as 1. the log gets posted 2. formal votes are done on email Communities that meet regularly on IRC might have an issue if they dont post logs, but if the discussion is posted on email then its a very productive. Paul On 7/5/06, ant elder [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: svn repository

2006-07-05 Thread kelvin goodson
All seemed OK when I got home and tried again, and its working from the office now. Cheers, Kelvin. On 7/5/06, Jeremy Hughes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I had some problems yesterday using my old subclipse 0.9.x plugin. Upgraded to 1.0 rechecked out for good measure and all seems fine. Cheers,

[jira] Created: (TUSCANY-515) Augmenting / Modifying generated Java SDO Types to enable better conversion to XSDs

2006-07-05 Thread Venkatakrishnan (JIRA)
Augmenting / Modifying generated Java SDO Types to enable better conversion to XSDs --- Key: TUSCANY-515 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-515 Project: Tuscany Type:

[jira] Created: (TUSCANY-516) Annotating generated SDO Types for the associated 'Factory' and 'Package' generated classes

2006-07-05 Thread Venkatakrishnan (JIRA)
Annotating generated SDO Types for the associated 'Factory' and 'Package' generated classes --- Key: TUSCANY-516 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-516 Project: Tuscany

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Venkata Krishnan
Hi I have found the chat logs useful to catch up with the discussions. But then we must be more choosy about the sort of topics we discuss. In my opinion the chat must be reserved for subjects that simply cannot be allowed to drag over for days, over the mailing lists. It would be good if we

[jira] Created: (TUSCANY-517) Show component-to-component invocation in Calculator sample

2006-07-05 Thread Andrew Borley (JIRA)
Show component-to-component invocation in Calculator sample --- Key: TUSCANY-517 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-517 Project: Tuscany Type: Improvement Components: C++ SCA Versions:

[jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-517) Show component-to-component invocation in Calculator sample

2006-07-05 Thread Andrew Borley (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-517?page=all ] Andrew Borley updated TUSCANY-517: -- Attachment: TUSCANY-517.patch This patch adds a DivideService. Have also updated the automake (linux) and make (windows) files, but they will need extra

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jim Marino
On Jul 5, 2006, at 3:04 AM, ant elder wrote: There's a thread going on over on incubator-general about the use of IRC: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=11511128601r=1w=2 Are people happy with having our current weekly hour long IRC chat? I find the chat a useful way to find whats going

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread kelvin goodson
I can see merit in an SDO chat and I like the idea publishing the chat topics and summarising the chat log. For me that would enable me to work smarter, since I could decide ahead of time whether to attend the wider meeting or catch up later by reading the log summary. Hopefully the net time

[jira] Created: (TUSCANY-518) Mapping Complex Type XSD that allows mixed content (mixed=true)

2006-07-05 Thread Venkatakrishnan (JIRA)
Mapping Complex Type XSD that allows mixed content (mixed=true) --- Key: TUSCANY-518 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-518 Project: Tuscany Type: Sub-task Components: Java SDO Tools

[jira] Created: (TUSCANY-519) Mapping xsd:choice into properties with names starting with 'group'

2006-07-05 Thread Venkatakrishnan (JIRA)
Mapping xsd:choice into properties with names starting with 'group' - Key: TUSCANY-519 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-519 Project: Tuscany Type: Sub-task Components: Java SDO

Re: Autowire and/or CDI support?

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On 7/5/06, Jim Marino [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got some patches I need to apply that may fix that. One thing I need from you is to call the Connector durng the build phase ;-). I've temporarily changed method signatures of loaders to pass the parent through so I can get things like the

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On 7/5/06, ant elder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There's a thread going on over on incubator-general about the use of IRC: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=11511128601r=1w=2 Are people happy with having our current weekly hour long IRC chat? I find the chat a useful way to find whats going on

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread ant elder
Are you saying you'd prefer not to participate, or do you want us all to stop having the weekly chat? ...ant On 7/5/06, Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7/5/06, ant elder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There's a thread going on over on incubator-general about the use of IRC:

[jira] Commented: (TUSCANY-515) Augmenting / Modifying generated Java SDO Types to enable better conversion to XSDs

2006-07-05 Thread Frank Budinsky (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-515?page=comments#action_12419283 ] Frank Budinsky commented on TUSCANY-515: I'm very confused by this set of issues. The SDO spec says very clearly that roundtripping from an XSD to SDO types and

Re: Tuscany 153 (SDO change history on root data object)

2006-07-05 Thread Brent Daniel
Frank, No, calling endLogging doesn't resolve the issue. That is the pattern that the DAS is using today. I sent the XSD I used to generate the required types with the last message rather than the types for simplicity. I'll go ahead and attach the generated files and test case to T-153. Brent

[jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-153) ChangeSummary on root data object not supported

2006-07-05 Thread Brent Daniel (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-153?page=all ] Brent Daniel updated TUSCANY-153: - Attachment: tuscany153.jar I'm attaching a copy of the test case that was discussed on the dev list. ChangeSummary on root data object not supported

Re: Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On 7/5/06, ant elder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are you saying you'd prefer not to participate, or do you want us all to stop having the weekly chat? Ant, please, that's not what I said at all. I said that, IMO (for what that's worth), I see the main benefit of IRC is its use as tool to help

[jira] Resolved: (TUSCANY-486) Document deployment use of Axis2C WS EntryPoint

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-486?page=all ] Pete Robbins resolved TUSCANY-486: -- Fix Version: Cpp-current Resolution: Fixed info added to sca/readme.txt Document deployment use of Axis2C WS EntryPoint

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jim Marino
Ant was just trying to be helpful by gauging what people would like to use IRC for, although I also have to say I didn't interpret Jeremy's previous mail to be advocating a ban on IRC. I think there has been a lot of heated discussion on the list lately, and it would probably be good for

Re: Tuscany 153 (SDO change history on root data object)

2006-07-05 Thread Kevin Williams
Brent, The source file was attached to the original note but I did not see the XSD. Brent Daniel wrote: Frank, No, calling endLogging doesn't resolve the issue. That is the pattern that the DAS is using today. I sent the XSD I used to generate the required types with the last message

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On Jul 5, 2006, at 8:57 AM, Jim Marino wrote: Ant was just trying to be helpful by gauging what people would like to use IRC for, although I also have to say I didn't interpret Jeremy's previous mail to be advocating a ban on IRC. I did not mean to advocate that. Ironically, Ant and I

[jira] Commented: (TUSCANY-515) Augmenting / Modifying generated Java SDO Types to enable better conversion to XSDs

2006-07-05 Thread Venkatakrishnan (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-515?page=comments#action_12419305 ] Venkatakrishnan commented on TUSCANY-515: - Frank, I perfectly understand your perspective here about the 'no necessity' for this sort of round tripping. My

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Simon Nash
I think a weekly one-hour scheduled IRC chat is a good idea, even though my personal record of attendance isn't too good :-( I have scheduled these into my calendar now, whoch should help. The few chats I have been on have been useful, though perhaps closer to decision-making affairs than would

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread haleh mahbod
IRC has been a useful tool for timely community brainstorming to handle issues that need quick attention. We have started to summarize the chat content on the mailing list in messages that include the IRC chat. That is very useful. It would be good to decide on chat subject before the chat

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On Jul 5, 2006, at 11:10 AM, haleh mahbod wrote: IRC has been a useful tool for timely community brainstorming to handle issues that need quick attention. Right. That was the basis for saying IRC should be an impromptu, consensus building mechanism - there's no need to wait for a

[PATCH] DAS: Add ability to manage OCC columns

2006-07-05 Thread Brent Daniel
The attached patch adds the ability to have the DAS manage collision columns. Currently this is implemented with a managed attribute on column -- there may be some room for improvement here, as having managed and collision on Column doesn't seem all that intuitive. Also, the first cut only

Re: Proposed approach for M2

2006-07-05 Thread Jean-Sebastien Delfino
Jim Marino wrote: On Jul 3, 2006, at 5:34 AM, ant elder wrote: One of the big reasons for me is summed up well in Sebastien's proposal: This will get our community members involved in building the runtime together and will lead to a wider knowledge base that makes it possible to quickly

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
On 05/07/06, Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jul 5, 2006, at 11:10 AM, haleh mahbod wrote: IRC has been a useful tool for timely community brainstorming to handle issues that need quick attention. Right. That was the basis for saying IRC should be an impromptu, consensus

[jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-433) User provided CUD with partial update results in NPE

2006-07-05 Thread Darius S. DeJesus (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-433?page=all ] Darius S. DeJesus updated TUSCANY-433: -- Attachment: Tuscany-433 This forces a user to create a complete update statement, by throwing a runtime exception in the UpdateGenerator if some

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jean-Sebastien Delfino
Paul Fremantle wrote: I think IRC is goodness as long as 1. the log gets posted 2. formal votes are done on email Communities that meet regularly on IRC might have an issue if they dont post logs, but if the discussion is posted on email then its a very productive. Paul +1 I find these

Re: [jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-433) User provided CUD with partial update results in NPE

2006-07-05 Thread Brent Daniel
Darius, I don't think string manipulation is the right approach here. I think we need to find where the NPE is occuring, check for a null value there, and throw a RuntimeException letting the user know that the update statement does not contain a parameter for an updated DataObject

Re: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread Oisin Hurley
The cypress on the hill motif is pretty cool and it doesn't need to be too busy - take a look at http://www.tuscanystyle.it/index.html for an example of how it can be stylized. --oh - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread Hawkins, Joel
I really liked the wine stain on the white background. That was pretty clever, simple, evocative, etc. Plus it'd look really cool on a white tee shirt, and it makes branding of cocktail napkin-based design documents really easy. :-) -Original Message- From: Oisin Hurley

Re: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread Raymond Feng
Hi, I would like to see the logo to show the building blocks concept (SOA), for example, some of the letters in Tuscany are composed by blocks. Thanks, Raymond - Original Message - From: kelvin goodson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Re: Support for callbacks

2006-07-05 Thread Ignacio Silva-Lepe
Hi Jim, Sorry about the disconnect, I was out Monday and yesterday. I'll be sure to attend the IRC chat tomorrow. In the meantime, some more quick comments. - Original Message - snip/ If I understand correctly, would a system service transport use a low level communication

Re: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
On 05/07/06, Hawkins, Joel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I really liked the wine stain on the white background. That was pretty clever, simple, evocative, etc. Plus it'd look really cool on a white tee shirt, and it makes branding of cocktail napkin-based design documents really easy. :-) I

Re: Whats required to become a Tuscany Committer?

2006-07-05 Thread ant elder
Just a reminder to those US and Canadian people who've been on holiday that this thread is here. Be nice to get a few more comments / opinions aired from both committers and non-committers on what contributors need to have done to in order to be made a committer. ...ant On 7/3/06, ant elder

RE: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread Hawkins, Joel
Cheers! -Original Message- From: Pete Robbins [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006 5:45 PM To: tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org Subject: Re: Tuscany Icon On 05/07/06, Hawkins, Joel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I really liked the wine stain on the white background. That was

C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here. http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1 Would all interested parties take some time to review this so that we can either re-spin the release or vote on it asap. The website documentation is out of date and will be re-written to sync

[jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-520) built script cannont handle working directory paths that contain spaces

2006-07-05 Thread David Wheeler (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-520?page=all ] David Wheeler updated TUSCANY-520: -- Attachment: 520-patch.txt Patch for build-dist.bat for paths that include spaces. built script cannont handle working directory paths that contain

Re: Whats required to become a Tuscany Committer?

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On Jul 5, 2006, at 4:42 PM, Raymond Feng wrote: Hi, I guess I can understand how to get credits for the committer status. As a contributor, I would like to see a well-defined measurable path which I can see how I make progresses toward the goal. It leads two questions: 1) How many

Re: Do we plan to move to JUnit 4.1?

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On Jul 5, 2006, at 5:05 PM, Raymond Feng wrote: I'm wondering if we plan to move to JUnit 4.1? I see more flexibilities and simplicities offered by JUnit 4.x. Now I can also use the wizards from Eclipse 3.2 to take advantage of it. Do we see any issues? I understand Junit 4.x requires JDK

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On Jul 5, 2006, at 11:37 AM, Jeremy Boynes wrote: On Jul 5, 2006, at 11:10 AM, haleh mahbod wrote: IRC has been a useful tool for timely community brainstorming to handle issues that need quick attention. Right. That was the basis for saying IRC should be an impromptu, consensus

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Luciano Resende
+1 for including DAS related topics on the IRC Chats. - Luciano ant elder [EMAIL PROTECTED] 07/05/2006 06:47 AM Please respond to tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org To tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org cc Subject Email versus IRC There's a thread going on over on incubator-general

[jira] Resolved: (TUSCANY-518) Mapping Complex Type XSD that allows mixed content (mixed=true)

2006-07-05 Thread Frank Budinsky (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-518?page=all ] Frank Budinsky resolved TUSCANY-518: Resolution: Duplicate See TUSCANY-521 Mapping Complex Type XSD that allows mixed content (mixed=true)

[jira] Commented: (TUSCANY-516) Annotating generated SDO Types for the associated 'Factory' and 'Package' generated classes

2006-07-05 Thread Frank Budinsky (JIRA)
[ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-516?page=comments#action_12419389 ] Frank Budinsky commented on TUSCANY-516: I'm not sure I understand this request. Please provide more details and an example. Thanks. Annotating generated SDO

Re: Proposed approach for M2

2006-07-05 Thread Jeremy Boynes
On Jul 5, 2006, at 12:43 PM, Jean-Sebastien Delfino wrote: My proposal is not to merge M1 and the core2 sandbox. I am proposing to start a new fresh code stream and build the runtime through baby steps. We may be able to reuse some pieces of existing code, but more important is to engage

Re: Do we plan to move to JUnit 4.1?

2006-07-05 Thread Raymond Feng
Hmm, it seems that Surefire plugin 2.2 doesn't support JUnit 4.x yet. Here's the JIRA issue for the topic: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/SUREFIRE-31 Thanks, Raymond - Original Message - From: Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org Sent: Wednesday, July 05,

Re: Do we plan to move to JUnit 4.1?

2006-07-05 Thread Raymond Feng
Hi, We don't have problems with JDK 5 + Maven 2 and in fact the combination is used in the code base now. I'm looking for the new features such as annotation support from JUnit 4.x. Thanks, Raymond - Original Message - From: Eddie O'Neil [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: