Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 779207
jUDDI does not come with SQL scripts
Last modified: 2010-06-01 02:42:45 EDT
Date of First Response: 2009-11-16 04:33:06
All ESB componets that uses database comes with SQL scripts which is good practice as it decouples db admin and app admin roles. jUDDI 3 now uses Hibernate to access the database but it does not come with scripts - instead the db creation is done by Hibernate. This component should ese the same approach as the others.
Agreed in principle but the juddi release never came with scripts, so neither does our current (project) integration.
- jUDDI v3 release never came with script, but SOA-P 4.x had come
Correct, SOA-P 4.x came with the scripts because it used juddi v2. The juddi v2 codebase rolled its own persistence layer and, therefore, required (and provided) the scripts.
If deemed needed the jUDDI project can create them as part of the jUDDI build and ship them. Or do we want to do this as part of productization?
We try and push as much down into the projects to avoid update and and maintenance problems. For that reason we would prefer this to be driven by the project, but productisation
http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JUDDI-329 scheduled for 3.0.1 mid jan,
Files are not currently present in SOA-P distribution. For correct integration it has to be ensured that
1) Files are put in juddi_sql directory in jbossesb-registry.sar
2) Initial data are also provided in form of SQL script instead of XML
3) There will be a service that will initialize a database - create and fill
4) Schema tool will support this new way of configuration
Look at jboss.esb for data-source configuration how to do it properly
Link: Added: This issue related SOA-1917
setup xml provided, will provide a more standard setup in 5.0.1
Added as a known issue to 5.0.0:
jUDDI v3 uses Hibernate to create its database. This is different to the other ESB components that use SQL scripts. This will be standardized in a future release.
Link: Added: This issue depends JBESB-3319
ESB work has been done, will be in next merge.
Support for jUDDI database creation is now in the ESB 4.7 branch and added
to the schema tool with revision 5698 of::
Change jUDDI database creation to standard and add to schema tool
Verified in CR1
Release Note draft states:
The jUDDI v3 database was created through the use of Hibernate. This was in contrast to the
other ESB components, which used SQL scripts. The Schema tool has now been revised to
support the creation of the jUDDI database.