Packaging3.2Project

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GlassFish Server Open Source Edition 4.0 - Packaging

Introduction

This project will focus on 3.2 GlassFish IPS packaging.

Feature Overview

Packaging support for new 3.2 features and other packaging improvements.

Feature List and Schedule

Feature ID Priority Description Eng Response Owner(s) Estimate (Man Days) Source of Requirement JIRA Link   QA/Docs Handover?   Status / Comments
PKG-001 P1 Create packager modules for new 3.2 content
Yes Snjezana Sevo-Zenzerovic
10 GlassFish 3.2 PRD
GLASSFISH-16448   Yes    
PKG-002 P2 Packager build performance improvement
Yes Snjezana Sevo-Zenzerovic
15 Popular demand
GLASSFISH-16447   No    
PKG-003 P2 Dedicated bean validator IPS package
Yes Snjezana Sevo-Zenzerovic
3 JIRA GLASSFISH-15648   Yes    
PKG-004 P2
Improve IPS package metadata
Yes Snjezana Sevo-Zenzerovic
10 JIRA GLASSFISH-12676   No    

Out of Scope

Design Document

<Link to your One Pager/Functional Spec>

Quality

  • Link to Test Plan

Documentation

  • Link to Documentation Plan

Demos

  • To be filled in as demos come up each milestone or as appropriate.

Workspace

Milestone Schedule

Item # Date/Milestone Feature-ID JIRA issue ID & link Description QA/Docs Handover? Status / Comments
1 MS3 PKG-002
GLASSFISH-16447 Packager build performance improvement
No  
2 MS4 PKG-003 GLASSFISH-15648
Dedicated bean validator package
No  
3 MS4 PKG-001 GLASSFISH-16448
Create packager modules for new 3.2 packages No  
4 MS5 PKG-001, PKG-003
  QA/Docs handover for all new 3.2 IPS packages
Yes  
5 MS6 PKG-004 GLASSFISH-12676
Package metadata improvements
No  
6
MS7
N/A
  Reconfigure install images to use FCS release set of publishers
No
 
             

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