I also has used Jcrom for a while. Not any fancy stuff, but plain basic mapping. It has problems, but I like the simplicity of the framework. Could even be simpler than it is right now. Have done some minor modifications that suites the project I used it on. I would really like to see this project be a part of Jackrabbit. Would also contribute some effort into fixing bugs and/or features.

Sten Roger Sandvik

On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 11:02 AM, papke <papke@dig.de> wrote:

Hi everybody,

we also decided to use jcrom as an ocm for our new content management
system. We think that it's a very lightweight solution to map object to a
content repository and we welcome it if it would be integrated in the
jackrabbit core.

>From our development experiences we now, that jcrom has still some problems
in the following fields:
- management of acls
- transaction support
- versioning

But I think it this ocm solution would be a benefit to every jackrabbit


Jukka Zitting wrote:
> Hi,
> On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 1:31 PM, ogg<oli.gauti@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm finding that I have less and less time to maintain my open source JCR
>> object mapping solution, JCROM (http://jcrom.org).
>> Therefore I'm wondering whether there is any interest from you Jackrabbit
>> people to take over the code base and possibly integrate it into your
>> Jackrabbit OCM?
> Sounds like a good idea! :-)
> However, are there JCROM users or developers who'd be willing to step
> up to fix issues and work on new features in case you don't have time
> to do that anymore? I'd rather not to adopt a codebase that nobody is
> working on.
> BR,
> Jukka Zitting

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