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From Brian McCallister <>
Subject Re: Making Daffodil Replicator an Open Source : Suggestion
Date Tue, 10 Aug 2004 11:11:18 GMT
This sounds like a great tool! Offline synching for any JDBC compliant 
database with triggers and procedures is good stuff.

Are the sources available anywhere right now?

The general steps to enter incubation are described in the document:

Is anyone involved with the Daffodil Replicator already involved with 
the ASF? I ask as the next step is to generate a formal proposal, which 
entails a nomination my an ASF member ( ) and deciding 
on a sponsor (either the incubator PMC, the board, or an existing TLP 
-- Daffodil sounds like it may fit well into the project, 
I invite you to bring up conversation on


On Aug 10, 2004, at 3:30 AM, Ashish Srivastava wrote:

> We have decided to make Daffodil Replicator an open source with Apache.
> We have a team of 75 professionals who developed Daffodil DB and
> Daffodil Replicator. And will continue working with same after making 
> it
> open source.
> Any suggestion or comment?
> Project Description:
> Daffodil Replicator is a powerful data replication utility which allows
> the users to work off line and can merge the data when get online.
> Daffodil Replicator is platform independent software based on JDBC
> driver. Any Database which supports JDBC Driver with Triggers and
> procedure can take part in replication either at publication server or
> on subscription side.
> Important links:
> Documentation on Daffodil Replicator is available at:
> Evaluation version of Daffodil Replicator is available at:

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