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Subject [Jackrabbit Wiki] Update of "QuestionsAndAnswers" by MarcelReutegger
Date Wed, 03 Jan 2007 11:11:34 GMT
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  02.01.2007 10:33:00 *INFO * LocalFileSystem: LocalFileSystem initialized at path C:\Program
Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\bin\jackrabbit\repository\repository (LocalFileSystem.java,
line 166)
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- Question: Why isn't Jackrabbit using c:/jackrabbitrepo as the repository store as expected?
This should be the most basic use case for Jackrabbit! :)
+ Question: Why isn't Jackrabbit using c:/jackrabbitrepo as the repository store as expected?
  
- I can workaround this issue by taking the Jackrabbit .jar files and packaging up my own
.war with modified configuration settings. However, it would be much better if I could take
the .war published by Apache and then just deploy without any customisation.
+ Answer: The default Jackrabbit Web Application distribution contains a servlet that starts
up the repository within the web applpication: RepositoryStartupServlet. If you start Jackrabbit
as a Tomcat resource you need to disable the the RepositoryStartupServlet in the web.xml file.
In addition you also need to adapt the parameters for the Repository servlet. Namely the repository-name
and the JNDI settings.
  
  === Why no node SPI? ===
  

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