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From Porter Woodward <pwoodw...@practicable.net>
Subject Re: Deploying Jackrabbit to Geronimo?
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2006 17:36:29 GMT
OK -

so I used the Geronimo console to deploy the .war file - and it seems to 
be working fine...  insofar as it goes.

It deployed with only this warning (and lots of Info messages):
11:34:29,812 WARN  [TomcatModuleBuilder] Web application . does not 
contain a WEB-INF/geronimo-web.xml deployment plan.  This may or may not 
be a problem, depending on whether you have things like resource 
references that need to be resolved.  You can also give the deployer a 
separate deployment plan file on the command line.

It was accessible at http://localhost:8080/jackrabbit-server-1.0.1/

And I was even able to point my WebDAV client at it and log in using any 
username and password I liked (which as I gather from the tutorial 
information available is default behavior).  Both the file-based view 
and the item-based view seemed to work.

The big question is how to easily supply a geronimo-web.xml for 
configuring deployment of Jackrabbit - and how to supply any other 
configuration parameters for persistence configuration, or access 
control.  Any pointers on this would be appreciated.

- Porter Woodward

Porter Woodward wrote:
> Hi there -
> forgive me if this has been covered before, but I wasn't able to 
> easily find it in the mailing list archives.  I'm new to JCR, and 
> Jackrabbit in particular.  After downloading and experimenting with 
> Geronimo, I started "poking around" to see what I could add on to 
> it...  and came across Jackrabbit.  While there's .war file available 
> for download - Geronimo also wants a "plan" for deploying 
> applications.  Seemed like adding Jackrabbit to the mix would be a 
> really handy "model 2" deployment of Jackrabbit.  I was able to find 
> some guidance for deployment on JBoss on the wiki - but not sure how 
> much of that transfers to Geronimo.
> Is there a sample plan file for deployment on Geronimo available 
> anywhere?
> - Porter Woodward

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