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From "Ralph Goers (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (COCOON-1182) [PATCH] Writing an XMLDBSource through the SourceWritingTransformer does not use user and password.
Date Tue, 25 Oct 2005 05:42:55 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COCOON-1182?page=all ]

Ralph Goers updated COCOON-1182:
--------------------------------

    Bugzilla Id:   (was: 29524)
      Component: Blocks: XML-DB
                     (was: Blocks: (Undefined))
    Description: 
Hi,

I was trying to write an document to an eXist database using the 
WritingSourceTransformer when I figure out that the user and password 
defined in cocoon.xconf at:

<component-instance 
class="org.apache.cocoon.components.source.impl.XMLDBSourceFactory" 
name="xmldb">
<driver class="org.exist.xmldb.DatabaseImpl" type="exist" user="user" 
password="password"/>
</component-instance>

were not used.

the XML used to store the document is like :

<source:write create="true">
<source:source>xmldb:exist://localhost:8080/exist/xmlrpc/db/test.xml</source:source>
<source:fragment>
<mydoc>pim pam pom</mydoc>
</source:fragment>
</source:write>

The XMLDBSourceFactory get user and password from cocoon.xconf and use them to
create an XMLDBSource but two methods of this class doesn't handle credentials
when accessing database : writeOutputStream() and delete().
the call to :
DatabaseManager.getCollection(base);
is used instead of :
DatabaseManager.getCollection(base, user, password) ;

  was:
Hi,

I was trying to write an document to an eXist database using the 
WritingSourceTransformer when I figure out that the user and password 
defined in cocoon.xconf at:

<component-instance 
class="org.apache.cocoon.components.source.impl.XMLDBSourceFactory" 
name="xmldb">
<driver class="org.exist.xmldb.DatabaseImpl" type="exist" user="user" 
password="password"/>
</component-instance>

were not used.

the XML used to store the document is like :

<source:write create="true">
<source:source>xmldb:exist://localhost:8080/exist/xmlrpc/db/test.xml</source:source>
<source:fragment>
<mydoc>pim pam pom</mydoc>
</source:fragment>
</source:write>

The XMLDBSourceFactory get user and password from cocoon.xconf and use them to
create an XMLDBSource but two methods of this class doesn't handle credentials
when accessing database : writeOutputStream() and delete().
the call to :
DatabaseManager.getCollection(base);
is used instead of :
DatabaseManager.getCollection(base, user, password) ;


> [PATCH] Writing an XMLDBSource through the SourceWritingTransformer does not use user
and password.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: COCOON-1182
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COCOON-1182
>      Project: Cocoon
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Blocks: XML-DB
>     Versions: 2.1.8-dev (Current SVN)
>  Environment: Operating System: other
> Platform: Other
>     Reporter: Gildas Guillemot
>     Assignee: Cocoon Developers Team
>  Attachments: XMLDBSource.diff
>
> Hi,
> I was trying to write an document to an eXist database using the 
> WritingSourceTransformer when I figure out that the user and password 
> defined in cocoon.xconf at:
> <component-instance 
> class="org.apache.cocoon.components.source.impl.XMLDBSourceFactory" 
> name="xmldb">
> <driver class="org.exist.xmldb.DatabaseImpl" type="exist" user="user" 
> password="password"/>
> </component-instance>
> were not used.
> the XML used to store the document is like :
> <source:write create="true">
> <source:source>xmldb:exist://localhost:8080/exist/xmlrpc/db/test.xml</source:source>
> <source:fragment>
> <mydoc>pim pam pom</mydoc>
> </source:fragment>
> </source:write>
> The XMLDBSourceFactory get user and password from cocoon.xconf and use them to
> create an XMLDBSource but two methods of this class doesn't handle credentials
> when accessing database : writeOutputStream() and delete().
> the call to :
> DatabaseManager.getCollection(base);
> is used instead of :
> DatabaseManager.getCollection(base, user, password) ;

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