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Re: [] [jakartaee-ambassadors] Jakarta EE Backlog -> Guide to Jakarta EE 10

 In terms of support for JPMS, one thing I would like to see, is the ability to use Jakarta EE APIs/implementations in an applications that is using JPMS. 

A while back I tried to create a demo Java SE app using CDI (Weld) and jlink. It was a nightmare. Most of the dependencies didn’t have module-infos and some of the jar names of dependencies weren’t compatible with automatic module names (transitive dependency).

I would like to see the ability to at least use EE components (JPA/CDI/etc) in a Java SE JPMS application. 

Not being too familiar with OSGi, could we include module definitions for both? 


On Jun 18, 2020, at 10:55 AM, Kevin Sutter <sutter@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Another item that needs addressing in Jakarta EE 10 is the "support" of JPMS, whatever that means...  Whatever type of JPMS integration that we end up supporting needs to be cognizant of the other existing module systems, namely OSGi and RH's module system.

Kevin Sutter
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From:        "Steve Millidge (Payara)" <steve.millidge@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Date:        06/18/2020 09:38
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It’s not been defined yet.


For me some starter general themes I would have at the platform level would be;


  1. Alignment with the CDI component model across all specifications
  2. Updates for JDK 11 capabilities
  3. Further build out annotation support for resource definition
After that it’s individual spec themes over and above those 3 and addition of new specs if they are ready.


Steve <> On Behalf Of Tom Jenkinson
18 June 2020 10:28
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Re: [] Jakarta EE Backlog -> Guide to Jakarta EE 10


Are there any common themes for Jakarta EE 10 defined yet?


On Sun, 14 Jun 2020 at 05:05, Reza Rahman <reza_rahman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


As you are aware, Ondro and I have began to draft a guide to Jakarta EE 10 contribution now that Jakarta EE 9 is winding down. A large part of this is outlining what people
could help contribute to as part of a backlog. Ryan and I started just such a backlog a little bit ago:
We would like to start some discussion on this backlog now. I don't think every possible change, detail or idea needs to be hashed out right now. It is likely best to focus
on headline features more likely to attract people.


Ideally we should try to close this discussion by next weekend. Please do chime in. Once we stabilize this conversation we can focus on drafting the contribution guide.


Reza Rahman
Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, Speaker
Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer.
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