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Own User Management. Not Internal implementation

Question asked by udoderk on Apr 10, 2013
Latest reply on Apr 11, 2013 by jbarrez
Hi Activiti Developer.
In User Guide is described, that
In the jar file, all classes in packages that have .impl. (e.g. org.activiti.engine.impl.pvm.delegate) in them are implementation classes and should be considered internal. No stability guarantees are given on classes or interfaces that are in implementation classes.

In this forum (and in The "Activiti-in-Action" book.) exist tips how to use the separatied User Management with Activiti. But this approach bases on the java classes (User(Entity)Manager, GroupManager) assignded to Internal implementation classes (that have "impl" infix in package)

Are you planned to publish the public stable API for that??