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Monday
Jan242011

Bug fix in 1 day?? WOW, ROO TEAM!

I wanted to give a shout out to the Roo dev team.  I put a feature request in to JIRA last week while I was working on good JUnit examples for Roo in Action, chapter 3.  I wanted to make sure the persistence context was cleared between persisting data and re-loading it, so that we could force the SQL statements to be called.  I had written that I'd like a entityName.clear() method, to match the entityName.flush() method.  

Literally ONE day later, Alan Stewart had the code for ROO-1989 added and committed to trunk.  I immediately updated the chapter document to add that feature to the list, and modified my test code.  WOW!

 

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