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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [server] Java 5, Spring And Phoenix
Date Tue, 11 Nov 2008 00:39:33 GMT

On Nov 10, 2008, at 1:23 PM, Noel J. Bergman wrote:

> Norman Maurer asked:
>
>> Why we would need java 6 ? Which feature you miss in java 5 ?
>
> JSR-223, for one.  Yes, we could backport using BSF, but deployment  
> would be
> easier if we went with Java 6.
>
> Also, "little features include SSLParameters class that encapsulates  
> the
> configuration of SSL connections and new parameters and options for  
> some of
> the security related classes. The changes even filter down to the  
> socket
> level. Socket read timeouts are now fully supported."  Oh, and built- 
> in
> support for LDAP using JAAS.
>
> I am not concerned with the improvements for the GUI, WS, etc., nor  
> even the
> ones that we want, such as in the areas of performance and  
> debugging, since
> anyone can move forward to Java 6.
>
>> What's wrong with spring ?
>
> Non-standard and unnecessary.

Umm, dunno about necessity but OSGI RFC 124

david jencks

>  OSGi is the standard.  Danny proposes the use
> of a configuration service that injects configuration to the  
> component to be
> configured, which would allow us to use Spring or Commons  
> Configuration or
> anything else.
>
> Regardless, we'll want to go back to plain POJO interfaces.  And  
> that's
> another reason for looking at annotations.
>
> 	--- Noel
>
>
>
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