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From morci...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-jetspeed README
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2003 17:00:39 GMT
morciuch    2003/04/25 10:00:39

  Modified:    .        README
  Updates for the release
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.9       +33 -2     jakarta-jetspeed/README
  Index: README
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-jetspeed/README,v
  retrieving revision 1.8
  retrieving revision 1.9
  diff -u -r1.8 -r1.9
  --- README	24 Apr 2003 15:22:12 -0000	1.8
  +++ README	25 Apr 2003 17:00:38 -0000	1.9
  @@ -94,20 +94,51 @@
  -3. if you're using the Hypersonic SQL db, the primary key id columns have
  +3. If you're using the Hypersonic SQL db, the primary key id columns have
   been changed to auto-increment. To not use auto-increment, change your security-schema.xml

   back to using the ID_TABLE, add the new column, and regenerate.
   You must then add the new column to your hypersonic database in production by edition jetspeed.script.
  -Jetspeed 1.4b4 was released on April ??, 2003.
  +Commons logging usage notes for release 1.4b4
  +The final release of Jetspeed will use commons logging instead of turbine logging facilities.
As an interim
  +solution, Jetspeed ships with a custom logging service that allows to use log4j directly.
To activate:
  +        1. Add init-param "logging" in web.xml and set it to "org.apache.jetspeed.services.logging.JetspeedLoggingService".
  +        2. Change this in tr.props:
  +                services.LoggingService.classname = org.apache.jetspeed.services.logging.JetspeedLoggingService
  +                services.LoggingService.default = jetspeed
  +        3. Add this in tr.props:
  +                services.LoggingService.log4j.properties = /WEB-INF/conf/log4j.properties
  +Now you can configure logging via log4j.properties.
  +Maven usage notes for release 1.4b4
  +Maven build is a work in progress and will be complete for the final release. The major
part still missing from
  +the Maven build is creation of the Torque object model and castor registry peers. So theoretically,
if you use
  +ant build to generate these once, you can start using maven from that point on. Also, in
CVS, there's a maven
  +jetspeed plugin (/src/plugins-build/jetspeed) which offers various options on building
custom portals based on
  +jetspeed .war file or binary distribution (product of maven dist:build). In the future,
this plugin will be
  +distributed with maven or available through maven-plugins.sourceforge.net.
  +The maven build was tested with version 1.0 Beta 9 of Maven.
  +Jetspeed 1.4b4 was released on April 25, 2003.
   * New Features *
   	- Registry editors (portlet, security, client, skin). Contributed by Jeremy Ford
   	- Ant task for overriding properties. Contributed by Eric Pugh
  +        - Maven jetspeed plugin. Contributed by Eric Pugh
   	- MVC portlet. Joint effort by Scott Weaver and Tod Kuebler
  +        - JSP Stock Quote Portfolio demo portlet
   	- Greatly improved international support (change language portlet + custom localization
   	- Jetspeed questionnaire
   	- Forwarding tool

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