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From Thomas Mueller <muel...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [jira] [Commented] (OAK-5) JCR bindings for Oak
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2012 20:12:42 GMT

I would like to keep both in the same project currently. Of course we need
to use separate packages.

As an example for the query/index component, a part of the code (the
QOM/AST) is currently useful for both the core and the JCR binding. At
some point it will have to be separated, but I think it would simplify
development a lot if we could keep it together for now.


On 3/8/12 5:43 PM, "Dominique Pfister (Commented) (JIRA)"
<jira@apache.org> wrote:

>    [ 
>13225293 ] 
>Dominique Pfister commented on OAK-5:
>> I think we should either put it all under o.a.j.oak.jcr in oak-core,
>> or create a separate oak-jcr component for the JCR binding.
>I'm in favor of a separate component, because oak-core already contains
>quite some packages
>and classes (and this separation would also underline the different
>layers), but I wouldn't mind a separate package either.
>> JCR bindings for Oak
>> --------------------
>>                 Key: OAK-5
>>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OAK-5
>>             Project: Jackrabbit Oak
>>          Issue Type: New Feature
>>            Reporter: Jukka Zitting
>>              Labels: jcr
>>             Fix For: 0.1
>> One of the proposed goals for the 0.1 release is at least a basic JCR
>>binding for Oak. Most of that already exists in /jackrabbit/sandbox, we
>>just need to decide where and how to place it in Oak. I think we should
>>either put it all under o.a.j.oak.jcr in oak-core, or create a separate
>>oak-jcr component for the JCR binding.
>> As for functionality, it would be nice if the JCR binding was able to
>>do at least the following:
>> {code}
>> Repository repository = JcrUtils.getRepository(...);
>> Session session = repository.login(...);
>> try {
>>     // Create
>>     session.getRootNode().addNode("hello")
>>         .setProperty("world",  "hello world");
>>     session.save();
>>     // Read
>>     assertEquals(
>>         "hello world",
>>         session.getProperty("/hello/world").getString());
>>     // Update
>>     session.getNode("/hello").setProperty("world", "Hello, World!");
>>     session.save();
>>     assertEquals(
>>         "Hello, World!",
>>         session.getProperty("/hello/world").getString());
>>     // Delete
>>     session.getNode("/hello").delete();
>>     session.save();
>>     assertTrue(!session.propertyExists("/hello/world"));
>> } finally {
>>     create.logout();
>> }
>> {code}
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