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From svarnau <>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-trafodion pull request: [TRAFODION-1417] Reduce location...
Date Fri, 13 Nov 2015 18:21:53 GMT
GitHub user svarnau opened a pull request:

    [TRAFODION-1417] Reduce locations to change release version number

    To change the trafodion release version major/minor number, there were about a dozen locations
in four different files that needed to be modified.
    This set of changes eliminates all those places except for the single place in core/sqf/
    It does add maven warnings in DCS and REST build logs, same as in other components that
already use maven with environment variable version number. script now takes additional options to pass in correct version numbers. If
you use swjdbc script, then it is taken care of. Other environments that call
directly (e.g., jenkins test automation) should also be changed. But the default values match
the current release, so the change is not urgent.

You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull versioning

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    This closes #173
commit aebe120abfb91b3a84db3c1ddb3367f4f0cb14fa
Author: Steve Varnau <>
Date:   2015-11-12T21:59:58Z

    Reduce places to change release version in pom.xml files

commit 0ea3810b489de3fcafddfb06d4f09d4d23571901
Author: Steve Varnau <>
Date:   2015-11-13T00:22:55Z

    Replace project.version value with environment variable for dcs and rest
    This causes warnings from maven, but is consistent with practice in
    other pom files in trafodion tree to keep release version the same in
    multiple components.

commit 982804b0d6273c7571170eec1a4dd61ac4d3125d
Author: Steve Varnau <>
Date:   2015-11-13T18:06:36Z

    Pass current DB version to jdbc tests
    This enables taking expected response from environment or command line
    instead of requiring test source code to change every release.


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