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From Jens Hübel <>
Subject Re: Start developing a CMIS Server
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2012 19:59:26 GMT
Hi Michael,

if you have built the whole project using maven I recommend you to perform
a maven eclipse:eclipse. Then you get generated all your eclipse projects
and you can import those from your Eclipse by using File/Import…

Take a look the project chemistry-opencmis-server-inmemory. It contains
all the dependencies you will need and can act as a sample for your setup.
If you don't want to use maven you can create a similar layout manually
for your project. You can omit the client-bindings (only used for unit
tests) and test-util. server-support is optional (contains for example the
query parser).

In the server-bindings project you will find a .war and .jar file. Add the
.jar to your dependencies.

An alternative way to get started is to open the server-bindings project.
You also can take this as a base and extend it step by step. This is the
reason why it is packaged as a war. It contains the minimum to get
started. is central point where you can hook your
classes to the server framework. Again you may look at the InMemory server
how it is done.

Hope that helps…


On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 5:50 PM, mps fhs <> wrote:

> 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
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/repository.**properties|."
> 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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