|Re: [jakarta.ee-community] Jakarta EE Backlog -> Guide to Jakarta EE 10|
Hello,I would add this issues to the list:
1. JAX-RS add uniform API for multipart/form-data
Is this really a salient/common enough scenario to add in the
document? I may have done a poor job explaining the document, but
at this point I think we just want to list out major realistic
features likely to get a broader range of developers excited and
interested in at least tracking Jakarta EE 10 if not contributing.
This one feels to me like a feature that probably is not "headline
worthy" but still important enough to consider as an enhancement.
What do you think? I certainly would encourage you to pursue this
in the Jakarta REST project regardless.
Is this really needed separate from the possibilities outlined in the document for the Security API? What do you think?2. @RolesAllowed for JAX-RS resources
This makes a lot of sense and one I have heard often from folks. I'll generalize/abstract this as "Add more SQL features in JPQL/Criteria API such as sub-select, WITH clause..."3. JPA - enrich JPQL, for instance allow sub-select in select to avoid writing native queries.
Can you kindly explain this a bit?4. JPA native queries pick up schema from orm.xml
Is this also too minor to think of as a major possibility to highlight? Again, I certainly would encourage you to pursue this in the Jakarta Persistence project regardless.5. JPA native queries use named parameters
I would like to think what others think of this. While in principal I would love to see JCache move to Jakarta, in practical terms, will this actually happen in terms of IP transfer? If not, maybe it is best to leave this out?6. Introduce standard for distributed caching. Today we have JCache, Hazelcast, Infinispan, Redis. We need to have standard for memory storage which is cluster aware and synchronized.
What do others think about this? The reason I ask is that this feature was abandoned fairly quickly in Java EE 7 and no provider seems to implement it since then. How likely is this to happen?7. Multitenancy. On the JPA level at first.
Kind regards,Vano Beridze
On Wed, Jun 17, 2020, 7:18 PM Reza Rahman <reza_rahman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Just a reminder that I would like to wrap this up by next weekend and begin authoring the actual guide. There has been some discussion, but it would be good to have more.
Here is the draft link again: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uZFBoIujXCc-gQhCzh_ZdlKEsrsV0yVVIHzBTI3usF8/edit?usp=sharing.
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.
On 6/14/20 12:04 AM, Reza Rahman wrote:
Folks,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: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uZFBoIujXCc-gQhCzh_ZdlKEsrsV0yVVIHzBTI3usF8/edit?usp=sharing.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 RahmanJakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, SpeakerPlease 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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