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Why does 5.x documentation refer to Jalo when it is deprecated in 4.3? It causes confusion.

Hi, Referring to link 'https://wiki.hybris.com/display/release5/Type+System+Documentation' there are several instances where the Jalo Specific classes have been used in examples. For e.g. JaloSession, JaloBusinessException.

I want to understand that if Jalo is deprecated since 4.x onward, why do we still have references to it in docs related to 5.x on-wards. I humbly request to alter this if it needs correction.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2014 at 11:47 AM

    We need to have Jalo documented as long as it's in the product. Currently it is deprecated, but we have to prepare end-of-life of Jalo. There is also some work to be done and we have to give a roadmap on how to migrate Jalo logic.

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