[jboss-dev] M2 planning and timeline

Brian Stansberry brian.stansberry at redhat.com
Thu Dec 17 14:49:02 EST 2009

On 12/14/2009 05:25 AM, Carlo de Wolf wrote:
> On 12/14/2009 12:03 PM, Ales Justin wrote:
>> Module?
> Module as in JavaEE module. E.g. a deployment unit which might be
> assembled in an EAR containing META-INF/validation.xml (BV 1.0 Final Ch 7).
> Injection should then happen in accordance to JavaEE 6 PFD EE 5.16.
> @Resource Validator validator;
> @Resource ValidatorFactory validatorFactory;
> and the associated JNDI names:
> java:comp/Validator
> java:comp/ValidatorFactory
> The BV deployer should bind a ValidatorFactory into global JNDI per module.
> The setup of JNDI namespaces need to be refactored. First I need to
> expedite RELOADED-9 into trunk. That should be easy now that the name
> server has become a MC bean.
> Second we need to get JNDI namespace deployers, so that java:app,
> java:module and java:comp are basically installed via deployments.
> Third we need to refactor the current EncInjectors to make them more
> generic (and out of ejb3-core) so that they can setup the java:comp
> environment for real. This would probably be a deployer (or part of
> java:comp deployer) with incallbacks.
> Last we need to change all the current JavaEE containers to consume the
> newly created JNDI context.
> And finally create an 'EncInjector' for java:comp/Validator...

Are there JBAS JIRA(s) for these?

> Carlo
>> As in sub-deployment?
>> You once tried to explain me this via JEE modules,
>> which I know nothing about. OK, I guess did/should, but forgot. :-)
>> Can you explain it now?
>> Emmanuel Bernard wrote:
>>> We should probably implement the module injection BV requires. Today
>>> we have a global BV ValidatorFactory for the whole application.
>>> On 11 déc. 2009, at 23:02, Jason T. Greene wrote:
>>>> Hi Guys,
>>>> Now that M1 is out lets talk about M2 and what can make the
>>>> release. The tentative release plan we have talked about is a
>>>> integration freeze on Feb 1, with an eventual freeze in late Feb.
>>>> However, before we get more absolute dates we really need to nail
>>>> down on what we aim to deliver in that time frame.
>>>>   From an EE perspective it seems the following are close enough that
>>>>    they could make such a schedule:
>>>> Full Servlet 3 Full JPA 2 Some EJB 3.1 capabilities (but which
>>>> ones?)
>>>> Other updates that have been proposed: - Inclusion of Remoting 3
>>>> (but full service porting to occur later) - Inclusion of HornetQ
>>>> (need to understand more about the effort to migrate)
>>>> If your project is on the above list, let me know what your
>>>> schedule is like, and if it can fit the above timeline.
>>>> If your project update is not on the list, but would like to have
>>>> it included, and the above timeframe is workable, let me know.
>>>> Thanks!
>>>> -- Jason T. Greene JBoss, a division of Red Hat

Brian Stansberry
Lead, AS Clustering
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