"Data Tools" is a vast domain, yet there are a fairly small number of foundational requirements when developing with or managing data-centric systems. A developer is interested in an environment that is easy to configure, one in which the challenges of application development are due to the problem domain, not the complexity of the tools employed. Data management, whether by a developer working on an application, or an administrator maintaining or monitoring a production system, should also provide a consistent, highly usable environment that works well with associated technologies.
The Data Tools Platform (DTP) project provides a set of frameworks and basic tools to enable data-centric development in a variety of data types, including databases (via JDBC) and ODA data sources (for BIRT reporting). The frameworks are open to allow common interfaces (both API and user interface) across different types of data.
DTP is broken into a number of sub-projects. This project plan focuses on the Modelbase subproject, which provides EMF models for managing database and SQL details.
The DTP project delivers a set of components to ease connecting to and working with data sources. Primarily DTP focuses on database (SQL development) work and ODA data sources for BIRT reporting.
Release Train M3 +1 Date (M3 GA on 11/19/08)
(Note that this will be the DTP 1.6.2 M1 build for now until we branch Galileo sometime the week of November 10th)
Release Train M4 +1 Date (M4 GA on 1/12/09)
Release Train M5 +1 Date (M5 GA on 2/16/09)
Release Train M6 +1 Date (M6 GA on 3/23/09)
Release Train M7 +1 Date (M7 GA on 5/11/09)
Release Train RC1 +1 Date (RC1 GA on 5/25/09)
Release Train RC2 +1 Date (RC2 GA on 6/1/09)
Release Train RC3 +1 Date (RC3 GA on 6/8/09)
Release Train RC4 +1 Date (RC4 GA on 6/15/09)
Release Train RC5 +1 Date (Galileo GA on 6/26/09)
See the main Datatools plan for target environment details.
The goal of this release is to be backward compatible back to DTP 1.6.
The Modelbase sub-project will work on the following themes and priority for the DTP Galileo release.
(Note that "committed" items have the "plan" keyword in the BZ entry. "Proposed" items do not.)
We will focus on the following:
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