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From Walter <walt...@builditglobal.com>
Subject Re: Repository testing.
Date Fri, 05 Aug 2005 15:56:05 GMT
David,

It is proprietary for now as I am not sure of all the aspects of making 
it open source.  The technologies are open source that we used to 
develop the system.  They are:

    * Java Platform as a Core Technology
    * JSR-170 compliant Java Content Repository
    * Spring framework for application configuration management
    * Authentication and authorization security based upon Acegi and SSL
    * Hibernate object-to-relational mapping framework
    * MySQL relational database platform
    * Jakarta Tomcat web server and Servlet container

You can just call your name "guest1" and create your own password and 
get-in.  I do not retain any login information now during testing, or 
you can just create your own name (first and last) as a John Doe.

Walt.

David Nuescheler wrote:

>hi walter,
>
>sounds great.
>
>  
>
>>We hope to be mostly complete next week with our level I compliant
>>repository and would like to know if anyone would be interested to
>>integrate/exchange data with our repository using their own data for
>>testing purposes.  We are almost level II compliant except for XPath
>>queries.
>>    
>>
>sounds good.
>is this a proprietary implementation? 
>is it based on jackrabbit? is it an opensource 
>implementation?
>
>  
>
>>Our production site is located here:
>>https://builditglobal.net
>>If anyone would be interested, please let me know.
>>    
>>
>is there a guest login?
>
>regards,
>david
>
>  
>

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