Uploaded a new screenshot of the new style and layout for review
Someone interested to implement an JPA Provider that is able to access something like a Amazon EC2/CloudTools/CloudFoundry, whatever? Lets discuss. Would be create to persist data not only in a traditional db, furthermore in the Cloud or GigaSpaces or something like this...
because also this is not the right technology for fast UI within a warehouse managment! Until now OpenWMS is built on Spring and Adobe Flex. OSGi would be integrated in a second step ...
cause the Spring framework fits better into architecture and hit our requirements ;-) blablabla .. which requirements?? Has someone an idea?
Started a new client subproject on Adobe Flex technology. Using GraniteDS as ViewObject builder and service factory. Runnable without Spring's BladeDS support and without BladeDS Server! Right now it is possible to fetch data from backend services.
All built jar files are at now also built as OSGi-fied jars. Runnable and tested in an Eclipse Equinox environment.
Have a look at the result of FR 2095321, in short:
+ dbUnit tests integrate well in Spring
- because of a complex database schema with check and unique constraints, it is very difficult and circuitous to setup test data. So that should not be the way to do. It seems to be to much effort to maintain the test cases. So dbUnit died so far.
some points of discussion of the first stakeholder meeting tonight.... Have a closer look at http://openwms2005.wiki.sourceforge.net/First+stakeholder+meeting+-+Who+is+who%3F
Tonight the project was enriched with Mylyn nature, hence it is possible to access the Sourceforge Tracker by using Mylyns Web Connector described in http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-mylyn2 see the Wiki for more details.
Decided to use the Spring Framework instead of JEE (finally :-)