I like teiid-runtime. teiid-engine occurred to me, but I think runtime is better.
----- "Ramesh Reddy" <rareddy(a)redhat.com> wrote:
As part of 6.2 release Teiid is will be providing a
"Server" kit for
community. A initial version of this kit is available now!
The build scripts are modified such that current "embedded" kit can
be used in multi-purpose mode, where it can support either "embedded"
mode or standalone server mode.
The way user invokes the environment defines how the run time is
1) If user specifies embedded URL on the connection string, the Teiid
runtime is loaded into host JVM, and user has Teiid Embedded
2) If server is manually started, and then if user uses the Server
specific URL as the connection string, the client program can connect
Teiid Server instance over the socket.
Startup scripts for running the server are provided in the "bin"
This kit is still under progress and you can monitor it under
. Try it out, give us
Now, that we have single kit for both Embedded and Server, it is
confusing to call it "embedded" kit. So, we need to re-name this kit
something else. Teiid leads would like call this just
but are open for other suggestions. So, if you have other suggestions
for name let's hear um?
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