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From Florian Müller <>
Subject Re: Start developing a CMIS Server
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2012 17:26:38 GMT
Hi Michael,

Your are looking for the "OpenCMIS Server WAR" package.
Create a "Dynamic Web Project" in Eclipse and copy the WEB-INF directory 
from the "OpenCMIS Server WAR" package into the WEB-INF directory of the 
Eclipse project. (You may want to skip the websphere directory if you 
don't want to deploy it on WebSphere.)
Add the libraries in the /WEB-INF/lib directory to your Eclipse project 
and you are ready to go.

Now you have implement two classes that are derived from 
AbstractServiceFactory and AbstractCmisService. Put the class name of 
your service factory class into file.

If you need a bit of inspiration, have a look at the FileShare 
implementation [1].

- Florian


> Hello there!
> I'm in the need to develop a CMIS Server but I didn't get it to have a
> functional base to start developing. I downloaded the sources and build
> the whole stuff using maven with success. I read the article on
> as
> this was exactly what I was looking for: a step-by-step guide for
> creating a server skeleton. I prefered the method without maven but
> there is no download for a package called "OpenCMIS Server Framework".
> So I did the maven-way, found out the correct values for the maven
> scripts and got a working war file. I must confess I don't know waht to
> do next. I read the line "In order to use your connector, copy your
> compiled connector code into this WAR file and overwrite
> |/WEB-INF/classes/|." but unfortunately I haven't
> got any idea how to to this. Can I create just a plain java project in
> for example eclipse, include the libs from opencmis, build to a class
> file and copy this file (teh files) into the war-container?
> Thank in advance for your suggestions
> Michael

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