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From "Stefan Guggisberg" <stefan.guggisb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Deploying custom node types in jackrabbit
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2008 10:07:22 GMT
hi manolo

On Feb 16, 2008 11:10 PM, Manolo Gomez Lopez <performante@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>   We need to have custom node types in our system. I have two questions
> regarding the deployment of those node types.
>   First, we would like to use the 3rd deployment model, where the repository
> gets exposed using  RMI, and we noticed (as others) that the remote stub
> that one can get from the RMI server lacks of the appropriate methods needed
> for registering custom node types. I've read somewhere that a change in the
> server and client interfaces is needed to be able to register custom node
> types but there's not many information available.
>   Can anyone give some hint on how to get the appropriate stubs that will
> allow the clients of our model 3 jackrabbit to register custom node types?
>   Second, I am wondering if there are any plans to allow the registration of
> custom node types without the need of invoking jackrabbit API
> programmatically. As there exists a notation for describing node types and
> their prefixes and namespaces, wouldn't it be easier to store node
> definitions in files and let them be deployed in jackrabbit when found in a
> given directory, following the J2EE pattern of deploying applications?

there was a related feature request:


>  As deployed node types and namespaces at the end are represented using
> files inside jackrabbit's data model on disk, maybe will be a good idea to
> let administrators put node type definitions there for deployment...
> greets,

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