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From Eric MacAdie <e...@MacAdie.net>
Subject Re: New database schema
Date Tue, 23 Feb 2010 18:16:30 GMT
As you know, there is not much of a "James ecosystem" right now. I am working on and off on
a web app to manage James: add/change/delete users, get some stats on the inbox table, delete
stuff in the deadletter table, a few other things. 

Eric MacAdie
Pronounced: muh-KAY-dee



Norman Maurer wrote:
> Hi Eric,
>
> to be hornest I don't think we will preserve the layout of the
> database for all components.
>
> For example I expect that the spool will get moved to jms. I'm workin
> on this already and hopefuly I will be able to connit the code the
> next days.
>
> On the other hand I don't expect the db layout for UsersRepository to
> change. The same goes for mailets and matchers that use the database.
>
> For the Users Mailboxes (MailRepository) I would like to find a
> solution to reuse some stuff of the imap mailbox stuff. So it would be
> easy to switch between Imap and pop3 without the need of copy mails
> from one implementation to the other.
>
> Anyway because of that the current Mailboxes are compatible with the
> ones in 2.3 , there will at least be some tools for upgrading.
>
> Hope that helps a bit... What layout you are looking at exactly?
>
> Thx
> Norman
> 2010/2/23, Eric MacAdie <eric@macadie.net>:
>   
>> Will the database schema in James 3.0 be the same as it is now?
>>
>> Eric MacAdie
>> Pronounced: muh-KAY-dee
>>
>>     

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