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From Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reuteg...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Specialised SQL Backend
Date Thu, 13 Apr 2006 06:16:39 GMT
Hi Rob,

I'm not sure if that is of any help, but you could use an EventListener 
to get notifications about changes in the workspace and then trigger 
your indexing process.


Robert Staudinger wrote:
> Hello,
> while evaluating frameworks for the creation of an image repository i 
> came across jackrabbit and the standards it implements. Thing is i have 
> to geographically index (e.g. with PostGIS) the objects in my database, 
> the best approach however is not yet clear to me.
> As far as I gathered from the documentation it's not recommended to 
> interpret the node content in a PersistenceManager implementation, is 
> there any other way (higher level interface maybe) that could be used 
> for passing such "hints" down to the backend?
> Or could you rather recommend that frontend and backend know how to 
> handle certain node types/attributes while jackrabbit in the middle 
> doesn't?
> Thanks for any hint.
> Best regards,
> Rob

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