All releases of MSS Code Factory

  •  13 Apr 2012 04:57
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    Release Notes: With Alpha 5, the Table has a new Loaderbehavior attribute which will be used to produce a SAX Loader Parser which takes full hierarchical documents of a schema as input. The purpose of the loader is to provide the tools needed to "prime" a database with its initialization data without requiring vendor-specific tools or formats. The code produced by the loader will form the basis of code used to implement HTTPS form POST requests with an XML text field to contain the request document itself. The reply will be the XML response document.

    •  04 Apr 2012 23:57
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      Release Notes: This release produces clean-compiling object-relational mappings for PostgreSQL. There were a number of defects identified in code produced by 1.10, which were brought forward to 1.11 as well. The fixes have not been regression-tested with 1.11-manufactured code, but the author has no reason to expect the problems will resurface. Users should be able to create, read, update, and delete instances without problems.

      •  01 Apr 2012 15:09
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        Release Notes: This update release corrects the concurrent modification exceptions that were happening if you modified the objects while iterating a SortedMap returned for a duplicate object collection. The SortedMaps returned are now copies of the internal cache maps to allow updates and deletes of the returned results without causing exceptions. This is a bit slower and uses a bit more memory, but it's much, much easier to code with the APIs this way.

        •  23 Mar 2012 22:01
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          Release Notes: This second Alpha release corrects some defects that were discovered by creating the S1DbTest20 Business Application Model and using it to exercise the full range of Java and PostgreSQL manufactured code. The full suite of attribute combinations for specifying the ranges and optionality of atomic attributes is exercised by this test. The tests created to date are passed by Java, PostgreSQL, and the two in combination. Please note that the BAM merge test code has not been implemented yet, otherwise this would have been Beta 1.

          •  19 Mar 2012 03:33
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            Release Notes: This alpha release incorporates an initial migration of the 1.10 rules in the installer. It creates valid PostgreSQL database creation scripts for the new data types. Please note that the installation process has changed slightly, and a cartridge-1.11 directory is in the installer package now. See the project website "installation" page for details.

            •  10 Mar 2012 03:38
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              Release Notes: This release adds support for parsing the new Description, DataScope, ViewAccessFrequency, EditAccessFrequency, ViewAccessSecurity, and EditAccessSecurity attributes. However, there are no accessor bindings for GEL yet, so the main purpose of this executable is to demonstrate that progress is being made on the 1.11 release. To run this release, you'll need to extract the 1.10 rule base and add it to the .msscfrc file in your home directory.

              •  24 Feb 2012 19:27
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                Release Notes: This release produces clean-compiling code for the new Blob, Number, and UUID types, and corrects some errors related to the UInt64 type. The Blobs will not persist properly at this point, and none of the new type persistence has been tested yet.

                •  16 Feb 2012 17:07
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                  Release Notes: This release is finally worthy of being called "production." There is also a useful 1.9.3208 development release that properly implements the extended parsing for the types that were added since 1.8, but the 1.8 rules need to be re-migrated to 1.9 before a full-time switch to 1.9 can be recommended.

                  •  28 Jan 2012 09:09
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                    Release Notes: In tribute to IBM's venerable 309x hardware, this release produces clean-compiling code for an exception-throwing approach that provides substantial performance improvements under heavy failure loads, such as users entering bad information. Roughly half the manufactured code has been converted at this point, so it's a blend of old and new styles.

                    Release Notes: A severity 1 defect was detected in the 1.9 series that has been present since switching over to the GEL compiler from the 1.8 and earlier generation's use of an interpreter. Performance comparisons will be made available shortly, using CFCore 1.9 and S1Core 2.0 manufacturing runs for comparison purposes.

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