Brent Owens sent the following email to the list on April 17th, 2006
I have nearly completed the IP check on the validation module of Geotools.
All the headers have been verified and corrected. I have also received word from Paul Ramsey (Refractions Research) that all the code in the module has been given to the community.
Here is a list of files that had their headers changed (some had duplicate headers):
(The Open Planning Project)
The validation module depends on an the definition of a "typeRef" basically encoding a "datastoreId:::typeName" into a string for lookup into a Registry. The registery interface is provided by GeoServer (and also by uDig) as a way of letting integrity tests lookup a feature source to verification.
The is a bad idea for two reasons:
it is not strongly typed
it causes confusion with the namespace:typeName used during GML output
There are two solutions:
use the TypeName (extends Name) from GeoAPI, as provided for in 2.3 Feature Model development
use the Catalog System IGeoResource (an actual resource handle)
Both offer strong typing and avoid the possibility of confusion.
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