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RE: Application

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Anonymous

Here are the promised files. So, do I need to sign a JCA at this point, or
when you say "Ok, looks good, sign the dang paperwork"?

I've included a screenshot of the splash screen. It uses the splash image of
Application as the main image, and adds various decorations such as build
number, progress bar, etc.

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[Application.java]
[User.java]
[Version.java]
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Amy Fowler

Richard Bair wrote:

> Here are the promised files. So, do I need to sign a JCA at this point,
> or when you say "Ok, looks good, sign the dang paperwork"?

I like the additions you made to Application, as well as the
User and Version classes.

I'm curious whether the dataSource property should be singular -
I would imagine that some apps may contend with multiple data sources
and data models, no?

I'm still grappling with all this legal stuff. You most definitely
would need to sign the JCA before we could incorporate your changes.

Aim

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rbair
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Hey Aim,

I'd be glad to sign whatever, just let me know.

I could see a use for multiple data sources alright. However returning an array would be kinda lame for those of us with one datasource. I'd have to always be aware of potential ArrayIndexOutOfBounds and such. I guess I already have to deal with null, so maybe it isn't such a big deal.

There's always the inclusion of a new method "getDataSource(Object key)" too.

rbair
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Awe shucks. It looks the attachments didn't make it to the forums. They should have made it to the mailboxes though. Sorry for the MSN "spam" in the post, didn't see that coming