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From malsi <islam.el-sa...@epfl.ch>
Subject Re: repository modelling problem
Date Thu, 01 Nov 2007 13:14:04 GMT

Thanks for your quick reply.

But I still have the problem of accessing each user's mail: there has to be
a way (maybe through java ACL) to grant or deny acces to reading a mail
stored in the repository. With this feature of the data store, how can we
set the reading/writing rights of every user?

Jukka Zitting wrote:
> Hi,
> On 11/1/07, malsi <islam.el-sayed@epfl.ch> wrote:
>> One of my goals is to "merge"  the same mails that 2 (or more) different
>> users received in their mailboxes, i.e I store the same mail only once.
> If you're mostly interested in saving disk space (i.e. not waste space
> for the 5MB attachment that is travelling back and forth on a mailing
> list of 1000 recipients :-), then you may want to consider using the
> data store feature in the upcoming Jackrabbit 1.4 release (current
> trunk).
> The data store will automatically store only a single copy of any
> unique binary, so even if you have thousands of copies of the same
> attachment, Jackrabbit will internally only store it once. The nice
> part about this feature is that it's totally transparent to the user,
> and you don't need to worry about it in your content model.
> BR,
> Jukka Zitting

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