>We should probably consider either removing the javax.persistence
group or moving all the javax.persistence bundles to that group. |
The javax.persistence bundle should stay under org.eclipse.persitence
group id. This is consistent with maven style as prescribed here,
The bundle contains not only interfaces but also some code(e.g.
Persistence.java) . The code potentially can be different for the
bundle published by other jpa provider.
On 1/12/2010 1:44 PM, Tom Ware wrote:
Thanks for the feedback. I am adding the dev mailing list to this
email since they may be interested.
I have made some updates to the page.
At the moment javax.persistence is found in the
org.eclipse.persistence group. We should probably consider either
removing the javax.persistence group or moving all the
javax.persistence bundles to that group. I'll have to give some
thought to which. The issue is that there is actually some
implementation in that jar - dictated by the spec. (e.g.
Persistence.class, some ProviderResolver implementations etc.)
Community feedback welcome about this.
I'll see if there is anything I can do about the JSR page.
Markus Karg wrote:
found this information on the web:
But actually that information is wrong. The problem is that it includes
SNAPSHOTs, while I want to do mvn release:prepare -- which forbids
SNAPSHOTs buts instead wants to know a release number to use.
that web site does not say what release number to use to get the latest
*released* version (and the Maven guys say that one shall not use
<version>RELEASE</version> but instead always use the
version *number*. So
can you please either change that web site or directly provide the
The second question is: Until recently, the JPA RI (I mean: The JAR
containing solely the interface, not the implementation, as common in
JSR world) is also in
<groupdId>org.eclipselink.*</groupdId>. Looks like a
bug. Is that really wanted? I mean, all the other JSRs publishing their
stuff in <groudId>javax.*</groupId>, so what not
EclipseLink, too? It drives
one crazy to search for all that information, since all the other JSRs
found on java.net's Maven2 Repo. Maybe it would be good to contain a
the JSR site where the RI is to be found actually... ;-)
Thanks for your kind help!
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