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Subject [CONF] Apache Jackrabbit: Getting Started with Apache Jackrabbit (page edited)
Date Wed, 20 Feb 2008 20:41:00 GMT
Getting Started with Apache Jackrabbit (JCR) edited by Jukka Zitting
      Page: http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/JCR/Getting+Started+with+Apache+Jackrabbit
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To get started with Jackrabbit you should first become familiar with the JCR API. Download
the [JSR 170 specification|http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr170/index.html],
browse the [API documentation|http://www.day.com/maven/jsr170/javadocs/jcr-1.0/], check our
introduction to JCR levels,         or read some of the JCR articles to understand the content
repository model that Jackrabbit implements.         You can also take a look at the various
JCR and Jackrabbit applications to get an idea of what to do with a content repository.

 If you are interested in using Jackrabbit, you should check the Jackrabbit architecture and
        try out the First Hops examples we         have prepared. You can either download
a binary release or build Jackrabbit         from sources.

 Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions or browse the         archives of the user
and development mailing lists (see also the searchable archives at The Mail Archive, Gmane,
and Nabble) for answers to questions not covered by the         documentation pages. See the
Mailing Lists page if you want to         subscribe or unsubscribe the Jackrabbit mailing
lists.

 Apache Jackrabbit is an open source project and welcomes all contributions.         You can
participate by answering questions on the mailing list, filing bug reports for any problems
or improvement ideas         you come up with, contributing to the Jackrabbit Wiki, or writing
documentation and code. See the How the ASF works page for background         information
on the Apache Software Foundation and the way we work.

h2. Content Repository for Java Technology API (JCR)

 Jackrabbit is a complete implementation of the JCR API, so the         primary API for Jackrabbit
application developers is to be found         in the JCR section of the          Documentation.

h2. Jackrabbit architecture and Deployment Models

 Find out more about the Jackrabbit Architecture or         learn more about the Jackrabbit
deployment Options be         it as an embedded content repository to be          delivered
with you are application, a shared repository for example in a J2EE environment or a classical
content repository server setup.

h2. Node Types

 To learn about the content modeling system used in Jackrabbit, read the section on node types.


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