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From Wolf Benz <phlam...@mac.com>
Subject Re: web based jcr browser contribution
Date Mon, 20 Nov 2006 13:45:56 GMT

This is a great idea! 

Some thoughts, fro the top of my head:
- do we really need AJAX/Dojo, or could plain (MyFaces) components be used
(thus shifting the AJAX to MyFaces components that use it - would speed up
thsi development) They have some very cool components. (also check their
It would also imply other devs could quicker jump on the development boat
(less require techs)

As plain JSF is the standard now, I think it would also get much quicker to
a critical mass adoption. (usage)

The JCR-taglib will be usable as is in the JSF pages. 

On the "servlet": I'd like to encourage you to use a "Servlet Filter"
instead. Makes it more modular. (to e.g. work in combination with JSF - for
which the JSF Servlet is required. Using a servlet would make the
combination of your code with JSF impossible, beforehand...) That would be
terrible! ;-)

The idea of a contrib project is great. As JCR is a rising star, this will
be a very much appreciated addition. What value have all these data if you
can't make it smile in a screen? 


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