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OK, I now committed the changes. The only one who is using (and 
instantiating) the JdbcQueueManagerCommonTable is the 
JdbcQueueCommonTablePlugin so basically you could add your 
implementation as a new plugin.


Peter Bennett wrote:
> Greetings
> I figure I owe you all an update on Jdbc.
> I have had to put things on hold for a while.
> I been a hunting wabbit :)
> Here is the story about my recent spam hunting activities.
> http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=3519278&thesection=technology&thesubsection=general 
> MySQL support is incomplete and the work done to
> support MySQL may have been in vain.
> The abstraction layer I found recently and have subsequently tested
> seems to be very promising.
> Liberty Database Connectivity.
> http://ldbc.sourceforge.net/
> I did however run into one obstacle. The structure of xmlBlaster.
> The existing Jdbc driver is tightly integrated with the whole server
> and you can't just create a new driver called LdbcManagerCommonTable
> and plug it in so to speak.
> So I am stuck.
> Suggestions to go forward most welcome.
> A possible solution is to add the class file LdbcManagerCommonTable
> which is a slightly modified JdbcManagerCommonTable to some contibuted 
> directory that does not get compiled and simple instructions how to use
> it. I.E. Copy to JdbcManagerCommonTable.java and set up config as follows.
> Another solution is for a few developers to run it up, optimise and 
> incorperate into the project.
> Who would like to look at the raw changes I have made to make ldbc go?
> Three files.
> JdbcManagerCommonTable.java Modified for Ldbc.
> ldbc-0.7.0.tar.gz Bug fixed source for ldbc.
> xmlBlaster.properties My properties to run it up.
> I have tested with MySQL, hsqldb and Postgres and it seems to create
> the tables and use them OK although I think there are bugs.
> I have not run any other tests. I am resource challenged at present
> and my machines runs out of ram.
> Regards

Michele Laghi
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