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From "Nicolas Toper" <nto...@gmail.com>
Subject Backup tool questions (was: Re: [jira] Commented: (JCR-442) Implement a backup tool)
Date Mon, 26 Jun 2006 23:08:34 GMT
+1 on the 2 first thoughts. Code is updated but not yet committed.

There is an issue though. If I use conf.getBackup(), there will be an issue
in the restore operation: I wanted to save the conf file in the backup zip.
It might be possible, there are none. This is why I have put 2 operations:
one save (new name is backup) and one restore.

Here is what I have done in RepositoryImpl finally:

//Used for backup operations
    public BackupRepository getBackupRepository(BackupConfig conf) throws
RepositoryException, IOException, AccessDeniedException{
        return (BackupRepository) conf.getBackup();

//Used for restore operations
    public BackupRepository getBackupRepository() throws
RepositoryException, IOException, AccessDeniedException{
        BackupConfig conf = new BackupConfig();
        return (BackupRepository) conf.getBackup();

This way we will have two way to call the class BackupRepository. One
problem though: they might be in two different states and instanciated
differently whether you are doing a backup (you pass a BackupConfig object)
or a restore (you just need to set up the workingFolder). Maybe the initial
backup/restore were less confusing? What do you think?


On 6/26/06, Tobias Bocanegra (JIRA) <jira@apache.org> wrote:
>     [
> http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR-442?page=comments#action_12417844]
> Tobias Bocanegra commented on JCR-442:
> --------------------------------------
> some thoughts:
> - why needs BackupConfig.init() the repositoryimpl ? i would do a
> Config.getBackup(repo) instead.
> - you don't need to call super() in the Backup class, since it extends
> from Object.
> - if config creates backup, why do you need to pass config to save() ?
> (and why not passing one to restore?)
> - if config.getBackup() returns a Backup, why does
> RepositoryImpl.getBackupRepository() return a BackupRepository ?
> > Implement a backup tool
> > -----------------------
> >
> >          Key: JCR-442
> >          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR-442
> >      Project: Jackrabbit
> >         Type: New Feature
> >     Reporter: Jukka Zitting
> >  Attachments: patch
> >
> > Issue for tracking the progress of the Google Summer of Code project
> assigned to Nicolas Toper.  The original project requirements are:
> > "Implement a tool for backing up and restoring content in an Apache
> Jackrabbit content repository. In addition to the basic content hierarchies,
> the tool should be able to efficiently manage binary content, node version
> histories, custom node types, and namespace mappings. Incremental or
> selective backups would be a nice addition, but not strictly necessary."
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