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From Nicolas Modrzyk <Nicolas.Modr...@macnica.com>
Subject Re: Alternative JSR 170 implementation?
Date Thu, 13 Jul 2006 04:18:09 GMT
Bonjour Thomas !

I am not sure about the distributed cache, but the hibernate manager  
looks definitely impressive.
What are the steps you need so we help on open sourcing it ? (to  
jackrabbit, or some other maven repositories )

Merci !

Nicolas,

On Jul 11, 2006, at 5:54 PM, Thomas Heute wrote:

>
> I would not recommend to start yet another project, you can simply  
> change the
> persistence manager.
> The way we do it, is by using a singleton service with a  
> distributed cache
> using a Hibernate persistent manager.
>
> If you are willing to improve our solution and serious about it  
> feel free to
> contact me. (We would need to decouple it from our portal  
> implementation
> first but this would not be hard since they are not highly coupled)
>
> Thomas.
>
> On Monday 10 July 2006 18:07, Sten R. Sandvik wrote:
>> Hi all.
>>
>>
>>
>> I must first say that Jackrabbit and JSR 170 is sure fun to work  
>> with.
>> But my professional experience so far is that Jackrabbit is not  
>> really
>> suited for large scale applications. Two features that the enterprise
>> market needs is clustering and online-backup support. I am therefore
>> polling the crowd for the use of another open-source project that has
>> the following main "features":
>>
>>
>>
>> (1)     Level 1 and 2 compliant. Optional features to be added when
>> level 1 and 2 is fully compliant.
>>
>> (2)     SQL-only data store. To simplify the implementation,  
>> Hibernate
>> or JPOX could be used. This takes care of online-backup, trasaction
>> support and clustering of datastore.
>>
>> (3)     Transaction aware caching. Plugin support (ehcache,  
>> oscache and
>> tangosol).
>>
>> (4)     Easy to configure with spring, especially spring 2.0.
>>
>>
>>
>> Is such an implementation needed? Anyone want to begin to work on  
>> such a
>> project? Any other open-source implementations out there that  
>> supports
>> clustering?
>>
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Sten Roger Sandvik


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