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From "Ashish Srivastava" <>
Subject RE: Making Daffodil Replicator an Open Source : Suggestion
Date Mon, 09 Aug 2004 09:15:24 GMT
Hi Noel,
>"Replicator integrates impeccably with all ...... JDBC drivers"
Daffodil Replicator is a tool which works on databases to create
publication, subscription and merging the replicated data. 
To interact with databases Daffodil Replicator uses JDBC driver
interface and it also assumes that base database supports following:
*         All basic data types
*         Primary key support
*         Triggers with:
*         Provision of getting old and new values
*         Row level triggers or any alternate way to achieve row level
feature       (as given in SQL-Server)
*         Auto increment field support or sequence support
Daffodil Replicator is compatible to SQL-Server, Oracle and Daffodil DB.
Providing support with additional database a very small task, we just
only need to override the methods of one generic class which maps the
datatypes and SQL syntax. We are very interested in making Daffodil
Replicator compatible to Axiom and Derby databases.
The developer community has shown great interest in this product which
we are able to gauge from the high ratings given by well know software
index web sites like <>  , Zaurus
<>  Software Index etc.
You can download the current version of Daffodil Replicator from 
Ashish Srivastava <> 
-----Original Message-----
From: Noel J. Bergman []
Sent: Monday, August 09, 2004 4:33 AM
Cc: Ashish Srivastava
Subject: RE: Making Daffodil Replicator an Open Source : Suggestion
Ashish Srivastava wrote:
> We are planning to make our Daffodil Replicator an open source
I have read the information at ,
but it is unclear from "Replicator integrates impeccably with all
database products as well as with selected third-party databases that
provide JDBC drivers" to what extent Daffodil Replicator would work with
other databases.  If you are interested in contributing to replication
would work with Axion and Derby, please let us know.
The key issue, however, is community interest.  We would want to see
interest from within the ASF, or an existing community outside the ASF.
      --- Noel
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