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From "Simon Gash" <Simon.G...@gossinteractive.com>
Subject RE: examples of writing binary data to JCR
Date Mon, 25 Apr 2005 14:11:46 GMT
Tricky one to answer. Where do you start with any framework. I started
by firstly being able to add vanilla nodes and then started by creating
my own types and then on onto versionable nodes.

I think where you start from really depends where you want to end up :)

I've done my own content explorer. Does anyone know if there is an Open
Source content explorer (using the JSR 170) ? Or has everyone written
their own. I thought someone was going to write one for eclipse ?


-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Sag [mailto:dsag@visualitylife.com] 
Sent: 25 April 2005 10:15
To: jackrabbit-dev@incubator.apache.org
Subject: examples of writing binary data to JCR

Hi people,

Flushed with success from friday's first steps, I am now about to
attempt something a little more ambitions, namely writing some binary
data to the repository.

my first step is to download and read the JCR spec - only 250 odd pages.
however i cn only assume that this has been done by someone else before,
someone who knows exactly what to do for a simple case anyway.  so if
anyone has any second-steps examples or even clues on where in the spec
i would best focus my time, please I am all ears



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