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Subject: RE: [sca-j] ISSUE 60 - Sharing Java artifacts across contributions -proposal



Mark,

Thanks for the comments.

Responses inline as <mje>..</mje>

Yours,  Mike.

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From: "Mark Combellack" <mcombellack@avaya.com>
To: <sca-j@lists.oasis-open.org>
Cc: "David Booz" <booz@us.ibm.com>
Date: 19/01/2009 10:17
Subject: RE: [sca-j] ISSUE 60 - Sharing Java artifacts across contributions - proposal





Hi,
 
A few comments regarding this proposal:
 
General:
Assumption: I am assuming that the import.java and export.java are based on the Import-Package and Export-Package OSGI concepts
Is it worth mentioning that we do not support wildcard imports (i.e. the use of “*” in the package name) like the DynamicImport-Package OSGI concept
<mje>
Correct - this proposal is equivalent to import-package and export-package of OSGi.
</mje>
 
 
General:
Can I have multiple import and export statements in my sca-contribution.xml? Or do I have to comma separate them all on a single import/export statement?
<mje>
Yes, multiple are allowed - this is expressed in the contribution.xsd contained in the SCA Assembly spec
</mje>
 
Is this allowed?
 
<contribution ...>
      ...
      <import.java package=”myfirstpackage”/>
      <import.java package=”mysecondpackage”/>
      <export.java package=”some.xml.parser”/>
      <import.java package=”some.soap.stack”/>
      ...
</contribution>
<mje>Yes, allowed</mje>
I am presuming that the XML schema would give me the answer but it is unclear from the text if this is allowed.
<mje>
I've tried to clarify the wording
</mje>
 
 
Line 571:
Text has “The name of one or more Java package” This should be changed to “package(s)” to match the text on line 544
<mje>Done</mje>
 
 
Lines 583 -> 592:
I would consider extending the example to import more than 1 package and use at least one version number somewhere. For example, replace the text on lines 583 to 592 with:
 
For example, a contribution that wants to:
         Use classes from the some.package package
         Use version 2.0 of the classes from the some.other.package package
         expose the my.package package from its own contribution,
would specify an sca-contribution.xml file as follows:
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ASCII"?>
<contribution xmlns=http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/opencsa/sca/200712>
 …
   <import.java package=”some.package,some.other.package;version=2.0”/>
   <export.java package=”my.package”/>
</contribution>
<mje> Done - nice enhancement to the example, thanks</mje>
 
Note: If more than one import.java statement is allowed, it might be clearer to separate the import statements into two in the above example.
<mje> Done</mje>
 
 
Thanks,
 
Mark
Mark Combellack| Software Developer| Avaya | Eastern Business Park | St. Mellons | Cardiff | CF3 5EA | Voice: +44 (0) 29 2081 7624 | mcombellack@avaya.com
 
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> Some comments from a first scan of the attached doc:
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> 1. At line 570, I guess it should be export.java instead of import.java.
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> Attached is my proposal for a resolution to issue 60.  The changes are
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> This was a collaboration with Mike E, so some of the updates are his.
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> (See attached file: sca-javaci-1.1-spec-wd02_issue60.doc)
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