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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Jackrabbit Wiki] Update of "BackupTool" by Nico
Date Mon, 17 Jul 2006 14:55:43 GMT
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The following page has been changed by Nico:
http://wiki.apache.org/jackrabbit/BackupTool

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    <Ressources>
-     <Resource name=”custom node type” savingClass=”FQN backup class">
+     <Resource savingClass=”FQN backup class">
         <!-- the resource class is fetching those parameters if needed. For now, only
one needs it -->
         <param name=”param1” value=”1” />
      </Resource>
-     <Resource name=”node version histories” savingClass=”FQN backup class”/>
-     <Resource name=”namespace” savingClass=”FQN backup class”/>
+     <Resource savingClass=”FQN backup class”/>
+     <Resource savingClass=”FQN backup class”/>
-   <Resource type=”workspace" savingClass="BackupResourceAllWorkspaces" />
+   <Resource savingClass="BackupResourceAllWorkspaces" />
+ 
- <!--or
- <Resource type=”workspace" savingClass="BackupResourceWorkspace" >
-    <param name="workspace" value="myWsp1" />
-    <param name="workspace" value="myWsp2" />
- </Resource>
- -->
    </Workspaces>
  
    </Ressources>
@@ -128, +123 @@

  After the first release, here are some evolutions ideas
  
   * Remove the need for the working folder. Use only streams.
+  * Add asynchronous I/O (synchronous for now only since there are only a few resources to
backup)
   * Add a remote client using either a dedicated RMI connection or the JCR one.  
   * Add support later for a restore operation while the repository is still in operation
by rewriting the local restore operation and its client.
   * Hotbackup (see post on the ML on this subject)

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