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From Sandro Böhme <sandro.boe...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Browsing Magnolia (in fact any Jackrabbit) repositories with jLibrary
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2006 20:53:11 GMT
I accidentally <se?lp=ende&p=/Mn4k.&search=accidentally> hit the send 
too early, this should go directly to Martin :-/ :-)

Sandro Böhme wrote:

> Hi Martin,
> I plan to create a new version of the JCR Browser. If you want, I can 
> create it as an reusable eclipse plugin
> and I can integrate it in your jlibrary system. The probably most 
> simple interface would be the JCR-Session
> so you don't depend on my security-configuration options.
> But on the other hand, the first goal of my JCR Browser will be the 
> connection to different repositories and
> deployment methods. If you would want to use it, the according 
> interface would then be javax.jcr.Repository.
> Maybe you could use this interface and return the javax.jcr.Session to 
> the view-plugin(NodeView, PropertyView). This way the Session would be 
> one single interface to the view. I still need to find out, how this 
> corresponds to
> the eclipse feature/plugin/fragment architecture.
> What do you think in general? Just do be sure, would it be ok for you 
> to have a third party plugin that you
> would not need to maintain? Or do you only want to have an own 
> JCR-Browser?
> Regards,
> Sandro
> Martin Perez wrote:
>> Well, several times people have been asking here for a tool to browse
>> JCR repositories.
>> I have written an article where I explain how you can use jLibrary
>> (http://jlibrary.sourceforge.net) to browse Magnolia repositories.
>> That article could be easily extended to any Jackrabbit based
>> repositories.
>> The article is located here: 
>> http://jlibrary.sourceforge.net/11/magnolia.html .
>> Be aware that the browser is experimental. The only things you can do
>> is the ones I explain on the article. Simply browse repositories, and
>> see their guts. But I'm sure that there are people that could find it
>> very useful!
>> Regards,
>> Martin

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