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  1. Isis
  2. ISIS-802

Remove the ProfileStore component (in future, can raise a ProfileService as and when we identify a concrete reqt).

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: core-1.5.0
    • Fix Version/s: core-1.7.0
    • Component/s: Isis Core
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      As a write-up from IsisCon2014, Dan said:

      > >
      > > 6. Profile Store
      > >
      > > The profile store is a component of the framework that is not supported by
      > > either the Wicket or Restful Objects viewers, but whose functionality is
      > > broadly superceded by the UserSettingsService.

      To which Kevin replied:

      > When the UI becomes user-configurable (re-arranged, pallete change,
      > etc) this should be demo'd.
      > Where are user preferences (e.g. UI language, timezone, etc) currently
      > stored? Do we have demo code?

      And so Dan said:

      There are two points here... where to store preferences, and how/what within Isis should consume them.

      For the former, we have the UserSettingsService (part of applib); in the JDO applib there is an entity-based implementation,

      For the latter, nothing in Isis particularly consumes these. For timezones we tend to use LocalDate which gets around the issue to some extent; but you are right that the UserProfile class (in the profilestore) does hold this Localization class; that needs surfacing out as a first-class concept somehow.

      So perhaps ProfileStore should live on, but not as a component, but instead as a separate service.

      In all, I see three related subdomains:

      [Shiro security] -> [Isis user profile (i18n etc) service] -> [Isis user settings service]

      I'll raise a ticket to capture this thinking so far.

      ... which is what this ticket is...


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              danhaywood Daniel Keir Haywood


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