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Re: [dsdp-tm-dev] removal of systemClass attribute from subsystemConfiguration extension point


Javier Montalvo OrĂºs
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David Dykstal <david_dykstal@xxxxxxxxxx>
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26/10/2006 02:15

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[dsdp-tm-dev] removal of systemClass attribute from subsystemConfiguration extension point

Committers --

Uwe has pointed out (
that the systemClass attribute does not appear to be used. I suspect that
this was added some time ago to associate a particular "system" (now
connectorService) with a subsystem, but this was never exploited.

I've checked with users in IBM and found that it does not appear to be
used. I propose removing it and its documentation for the next release
candidate along with its corresponding API call

If we need it we can always add it back, but its hard to remove once its
out in the world.

Please vote (quickly!).

My vote: +1
David Dykstal

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