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From Gary Gershon <gers...@celsus.net>
Subject Re: Status of jcr-server
Date Tue, 04 Apr 2006 16:19:45 GMT
Hi Julian,

Just wanted to chime in that I'm also interested in contributing as best I
can to the JCR WebDAV effort, particularly in regard to the use of WebDAV
with the backend SPI.  That is, using the JCR API as a client for remotely
accessing (existing) WebDAV server implementations.


On 4/4/06 7:51 AM, "Julian Reschke" <julian.reschke@gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi.
> I just spent some time starting to get familiar with JCR in general, and
> with Jackrabbit and jcr-server in particular. Now that everything is up
> and running (built from svn, running in Tomcat 5.0.x, just with all the
> default settings), I've started to look into the actual WebDAV server
> implementation.
> First step was to run the generic test suite Litmus
> (<http://www.webdav.org/neon/litmus/>), which currently reports a range
> of failures, some of which seem to be trivial (non wellformed request
> bodies not rejected with status 400), some not (such as If header
> evaluation problems, PROPPATCH tests all failing).
> In the mid-term, I'd like to contribute to jcr-server, both in fixing
> compliance problems, but also in adding features (Redirect support?
> Property datatype support). For now, what's the best way to start? If
> I'm sure I found an actual problem in the code, should I open a bug
> report over at <http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR>, then try to
> provide a patch?
> Also, what are the current goals for jcr-server? Is it just a
> proof-of-concept, or is it supposed to become a fully compliant
> implementation of the applicable RFCs? Is it supposed to follow the
> changes in RFC2518bis as well?
> Best regards,
> Julian

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