The following are points to consider when upgrading from Kodo 3.0.x to Kodo 3.1.0:
Kodo now uses its own logging framework by default
instead of the Commons Logging framework. To use the
Commons Logging framework as in older versions of
Kodo, set the
commons. See Chapter 3, Logging for details.
The DBDictionary now supports the
parameter. See Section 4.4, “Database Support”.
The default is
null, which will
cause Kodo to check all schemas for unqualified tables.
Setting this will cause Kodo to
only check the specified schema for unqualified tables.
kodo.jdbc.Schemas is now only used
in conjunction with reverse-mapping processes to
identify which schemas to examine for reverse mapping.