|Re: [jakarta.ee-community] [jakartaee-ambassadors] Re: Jakarta EE 10 Deck|
Thanks for the review. Responses below, extra text removed for
Already addressed.Context propagation didn't make it to EE 10 as Nathan wrote
Good point. Added.
- Not mentioned: Support for ForkJoinPool threads and parallel streams in a managed context
To be honest I think these are a bit obscure. That's why I left them out. I think they are fine as part of a Jakarta REST talk or articleStandardized providing a custom default configuration of JSON-B mapping for REST services
- Provider Extensions - allow extend REST services from outside of the deployed WAR
Good point. Added.
- Deprecation of @Context injection
To be honest I think this is a bit obscure. That's why I left it out. I think it is fine as part of a Jakarta Persistence talk or articleSlide 18 (Persistence), this is not mentioned:
- Expressions as conditions in Criteria CASE expressions - see https://newsroom.eclipse.org/eclipse-newsletter/2022/march/what%E2%80%99s-new-jakarta-persistence-31
To be honest I think these are a bit obscure. That's why I left them out. I think they are fine as part of a Servlet talk or articleServlet immutable request and response wrapper - to safely pass request and response asynchronous processes
- URI security protection
- Cookie extra attributes
This is actually already mentioned.
Good point. Somehow this slipped my mind. Addressed.I would also move "better CDI support for Batch" from slide 25 (EE 11 themes) to slide 24 (Other changes), because Batch has already improved CDI alignment a lot in the latest release, see (Batch 2.1 changes
Good point. Addressed.
On slide 27 (Summary), I would mention that work on Jakarta EE 11 has already started, and people can already get involved with it.
at the bottom, /<f:selectItemGroup> should be </f:selectItemGroup>
I have replaced "/" with "and". That was the intent.
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