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From Serge Huber <shub...@jahia.com>
Subject Re: jackrabbit server
Date Mon, 07 Mar 2005 14:21:56 GMT

Wow thanks, that was faster than I expected it. Can't wait to play 
around with it :)


Tobias Strasser wrote:

>as you might have noticed i have just committed a large chunk of code
>to the jackrabbit/contrib. this is an implementation of a webdav based
>jsr170 server protocol. the intention is to have a java indepented
>protocol for jsr170 compliant applications (for example a jsr170 PHP
>application connecting via webdav to a jackrabbit repository).
>it consists of the following parts:
>   contrib
>       jcr-server
>           server -> generates jcr-server-xxx.jar
>           client -> generates jcr-client-xxx.jar
>           webdav -> generates jcr-webdav-xxx.jar
>           webapp -> generates jackrabbit-server.war
>the jcr-server.jar contains:
>- the server code
>- RepositoryStartupServlet (easily start a jackrabbit-repository in
>your webapp if not feasible in appserver)
>- the simple WebdavServlet that serves a simple webdav view of the repository
>- the JCRWebdavServerServlet that serves the JCRServer
>the jcr-client.jar contains:
>- the RepositoryAccessServlet that enables easy configuration and
>access to a repository (see web.xml in war to see posibilities)
>- the client code (not existent yet)
>the jcr-webdav.jar contains:
>- a common webdav library used by the client and server.
>the jackrabbit-server.war contains:
>- sample configuration for easy deployment of server/servlets mentioned above
>- all necessary libs
>- index.jsp
>a first draft of the documentation of the protocol can be downloaded here:
>all code has been contributed by angela schreiber. she is now
>developing the client part of it and hopfuly be able to provide that
>chunk in the near future aswell. thanks angela!
>cheers, tobi

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