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  1. WINDUPRULE - Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit rules
  2. WINDUPRULE-12

Detect and warn when applications include JDBC drivers that are not JDBC 4.0 compliant

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    • Type: Feature Request
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    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Reported by Meissa M'baye Sakho <msakho@redhat.com>

      Some JDBC drivers are to old and are not 4.0 compliant. I had the problem twice with an old oracle jdbc driver version that was shipped within a web application to migrate.
      In this case, the driver can't be installed as a deployment.
      A possible solution is to write a rule that check whether a file named META-INF/services/java.sql.Driver is present in the extracted driver files.
      If it's not present the rule could give the input on how to create JDBC 4.0 compliant driver.

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              jvilalop Jonathan Vila Lopez
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              lincolnthree Lincoln Baxter III (Inactive)
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