Anyway, I noticed the change that happened after the RC might have had
something to do with the count() issue I seem to be having with the RC.
So... I downloaded trunk and am trying to build to get the latest jar. I
have been spending the last hour trying to finding the 1.0.1 versions of
jdo.jar, jdori-enhancer.jar, and jdori.jar. It seems that Sun has the 2.0
version, but the links for the 1.0.1 version there fail for me. Nothing for
jdori. In searching further, I noticed that the 2.1.1 verion is locatable
here: http://db.apache.org/jdo/downloads.html as well as a jdo-enhancer, but
still no jdori.jar or jdori-enhancer.jar. I was also not able to find the
older versions in the Maven repositories I use.
So...I am having a hard time doing a build to test the latest code in SVN.
Ideas on where those libraries can be downloaded? Maybe they can be
upgraded to 2.1.1 versions that are more available?
The message I got when I tried to build was:
c:\source\external\ojb\build.xml:490: The following error occurred while
executing this line:
c:\source\external\ojb\build.xml:104: Please download the JDO 1.0.1
reference implementation from
http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr012/index2.ht ml and copy the jdo.jar, jdori.jar and jdori-enhancer.jar contained in the
reference implementation binary archive, into OJB's lib directory.
Also, this was the second error. The first error was that JUnit.jar was
missing out of the ant library directory which I just downloaded (normally
use Maven). I looked in the Ant library directory and saw what looks like
JUnit libraries including ant-junit.jar (may be their own version)? I did
download and install junit4.5.jar and it seemed to quiet that error when I
put it into Ant's library directory.
Anyway, if either I can get a later build or get those libaries so I can
make my own, it would help.