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From "Shane O'Sullivan" <shaneosulliv...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Browser Based WYSIWYG Editors and Jackrabbit
Date Fri, 04 Aug 2006 07:46:35 GMT
The Dojo Toolkit - http://dojotoolkit.org - provides a good WYSIWYG  rich
text editor, that comes with a save method that you can specify.  You
instantiate the widget, place it on the page, and when you invoke its save
method, it does a HTTP post to a url you specify, containing the serialised
HTML of what you wrote.  You would of course still have to write the
server-side code that takes that post and puts it in Jackrabbit, but that's
the easy part.


On 04/08/06, c <oneskiingfool@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> First, I apologize for being slightly off-topic.  I'm VERY new to all this
> CMS, JCR, WebDav kind of stuff.  I've been searching all day for a
> solution
> for some of my relatively simple requirements.  When I say 'simple', I
> mean
> that all of the open source CMS solutions I've found are way overkill for
> what I need.  Anyway, in short, Jackrabbit looks like exactly what I've
> been
> looking for.
> However, I still have one (at least) missing link in my knowledge.  One
> requirement I have is to provide an online WYSIWYG editor whose document
> can
> be stored in and retrieved from this Jackrabbit repository.  I see that
> some
> project like Lenya provide this out of the box.  But like I said, projects
> like that are overkill for my relatively small document management
> requirements.
> I have no clue what it would take to take a WYSIWYG editor like Kupu or
> BitFlux have them store and retrieve their documents in Jackrabbit.  Could
> somebody provide a little guidance on amount of effort that would be
> involved?  Where to start looking (technologies, API's, etc)?  Or some
> suggested WYSIWYG editors?  Or just tell me I'm nuts.
> Thank You

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