Cayenne
  1. Cayenne
  2. CAY-1665

Consistent and concise property names aggregated in one place

    Details

    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 3.1M3
    • Fix Version/s: 3.1B1
    • Component/s: Core Library
    • Labels:
      None

      Description

      One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The constants location is org.apache.cayenne.configuration.Constants. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

      cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

      Here is the list of properties ("legacy" property names are in parenthesis) :

      [DI Collections]

      cayenne.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
      cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)

      cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
      cayenne.server.project_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

      cayenne.server.default_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
      cayenne.server.user_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
      cayenne.server.type_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)

      cayenne.server.rop_event_bridge_properties (org.apache.cayenne.remote.hessian.service.HessianService.properties)

      [JDBC Properties]

      cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
      cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
      cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
      cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
      cayenne.jdbc.min_connections (cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name])
      cayenne.jdbc.max_connections (cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]) - notice typo ("n" missing) in the old property name

      [Cross-tier Properties]

      cayenne.querycache.size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

      [Server properties]

      cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
      cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
      (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name]) - removed, was unused

      [ROP Properties]

      cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
      cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
      cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
      cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
      cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
      cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
      cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)
      cayenne.rop.service.timeout (cayenne.config.rop.service.timeout)

      cayenne.server.rop_event_bridge_factory (cayenne.RemoteService.EventBridge.factory)

        Activity

        Andrus Adamchik created issue -
        Andrus Adamchik made changes -
        Field Original Value New Value
        Description One of the last things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        Andrus Adamchik made changes -
        Description One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)
        cayenne.server.default_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.ext_types_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)


        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        Andrus Adamchik made changes -
        Description One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)
        cayenne.server.default_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.ext_types_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)


        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)
        cayenne.server.default_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.ext_types_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)


        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min_connections[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name])
        cayenne.jdbc.max_connections[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.jdbc.min_connections[.domain_name.node_name])
         
        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        aadamchik committed 1296127 (29 files)
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        CAY-1665 Consistent and concise property names aggregated in one place

        defining DI collections

        cayenne trunk
        aadamchik committed 1296128 (25 files)
        Reviews: none

        CAY-1665 Consistent and concise property names aggregated in one place

        defining runtime properties

        cayenne trunk
        aadamchik committed 1296130 (1 file)
        Reviews: none

        CAY-1665 Consistent and concise property names aggregated in one place

        fixing tutorials

        Andrus Adamchik made changes -
        Description One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the first cut (the current property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.server.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)
        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.config_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)
        cayenne.server.default_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_ext_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.ext_types_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)


        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min_connections[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name])
        cayenne.jdbc.max_connections[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.jdbc.min_connections[.domain_name.node_name])
         
        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.max_size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        cayenne.server.adapter[.domain_name.node_name] (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name])

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)


        One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The constants location is org.apache.cayenne.configuration.Constants. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the list of properties ("legacy" property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)

        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.project_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

        cayenne.server.default_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.type_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)

        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min_connections (cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name])
        cayenne.jdbc.max_connections (cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]) - notice typo ("n" missing) in the old property name

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name]) - removed, was unused

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)
        cayenne.rop.service.timeout (cayenne.config.rop.service.timeout)
        Andrus Adamchik made changes -
        Status Open [ 1 ] Closed [ 6 ]
        Fix Version/s 3.1M4 [ 12317958 ]
        Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]
        Andrus Adamchik made changes -
        Description One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The constants location is org.apache.cayenne.configuration.Constants. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the list of properties ("legacy" property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)

        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.project_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

        cayenne.server.default_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.type_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)

        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min_connections (cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name])
        cayenne.jdbc.max_connections (cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]) - notice typo ("n" missing) in the old property name

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name]) - removed, was unused

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)
        cayenne.rop.service.timeout (cayenne.config.rop.service.timeout)
        One of the final things we need in 3.1 is to take all possible property names and DI collection names, with definitions scattered around various Java classes, and define them in a single place as String constants that follow some simple naming conventions. The constants location is org.apache.cayenne.configuration.Constants. The naming convention that I am trying here is this:

        cayenne.<tier_name_or_logical_module_name>.<undescore_separated_lowercase_property_description>[.optional_project_or_data_node_qualifier]

        Here is the list of properties ("legacy" property names are in parenthesis) :

        [DI Collections]

        cayenne.properties (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.DefaultRuntimeProperties.properties)
        cayenne.server.adapter_detectors ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DefaultDbAdapterFactory.detectors)

        cayenne.server.domain_filters (org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.filters)
        cayenne.server.project_locations ( org.apache.cayenne.configuration.server.DataDomainProvider.locations)

        cayenne.server.default_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.defaultExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.user_types (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.userExtendedTypes)
        cayenne.server.type_factories (org.apache.cayenne.dba.JdbcAdapter.extendedTypeFactories)


        cayenne.server.rop_event_bridge_properties (org.apache.cayenne.remote.hessian.service.HessianService.properties)


        [JDBC Properties]

        cayenne.jdbc.driver[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.url[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.username[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.password[.domain_name.node_name]
        cayenne.jdbc.min_connections (cayenne.jdbc.min.connections[.domain_name.node_name])
        cayenne.jdbc.max_connections (cayenne.jdbc.max.conections[.domain_name.node_name]) - notice typo ("n" missing) in the old property name

        [Cross-tier Properties]

        cayenne.querycache.size (cayenne.MapQueryCacheFactory.cacheSize)

        [Server properties]

        cayenne.server.contexts_sync_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.sync_contexts)
        cayenne.server.object_retain_strategy (org.apache.cayenne.context_object_retain_strategy)
        (cayenne.adapter[.domain_name.node_name]) - removed, was unused

        [ROP Properties]

        cayenne.rop.service_url (cayenne.config.rop.service.url)
        cayenne.rop.service_username (cayenne.config.rop.service.username)
        cayenne.rop.service_password (cayenne.config.rop.service.password)
        cayenne.rop.shared_session_name (cayenne.config.rop.service.shared_session)
        cayenne.rop.channel_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.channel.events)
        cayenne.rop.context_change_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.change_events)
        cayenne.rop.context_lifecycle_events (cayenne.config.rop.client.context.lifecycle_events)
        cayenne.rop.service.timeout (cayenne.config.rop.service.timeout)

        cayenne.server.rop_event_bridge_factory (cayenne.RemoteService.EventBridge.factory)
        aadamchik committed 1297963 (1 file)
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        CAY-1665 Consistent and concise property names aggregated in one place

        warning in UPGRADE.txt

        aadamchik committed 1309380 (1 file)
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        looks like CAY-1665 was not mentioned in RELEASE-NOTES

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            Andrus Adamchik
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            Andrus Adamchik
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