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From CHUN KI SHIN <ckshin0...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: First time deployment of Jackrabbit 1.4.1
Date Fri, 29 Feb 2008 19:50:19 GMT

Regarding PM,  I've used SimpleDbPsersistenceManager to connect Jackrabbit to MySQL 5.x.
I think this page will help you configure PM:



> From: jcastillo@edgenuity.com
> To: users@jackrabbit.apache.org
> Subject: First time deployment of Jackrabbit 1.4.1
> Date: Fri, 29 Feb 2008 10:05:27 -0800
> I have cruised through the documentation, through the mailing lists and for
> the life of me I can't find the how to.
> My objective is simple. Deploy Jackrabbit using Model 3 using MySQL as a
> repository.
> 1) Deployed jcr1.0.jar file and the jackrabbit-webapp-1.4.war file.
> 2) I started tomcat with no other changes and it failed after opening up the
> war file.
> "28.02.2008 17:43:05 *ERROR* RepositoryStartupServlet: Repository startup
> configuration is not valid but a bootstrap config is specified.
> (RepositoryStartupServlet.java, line 366)"
> It appears to be looking for the repository.xml which is not in the war file
> even though comments on the documentation state that both the
> bootstrap.properties file and a repository.xml files are in the templates
> directory (only the bootstrap.properties file was there). Did I miss
> something here?
> 3) Moving on. I did find a sample repository.xml in the web.
> I changed the PM on the sample file I found from using
> db.DerbyPersistanceManager
> to
> bundle.MySqlPersistenceManager
> - I couldn't find documentation on how to configure the repository.xml file.
> I found some samples, so I went ahead and changed the value of the "url"
> parameter. Where/how do I specify the user-name/password?
> - Also what is the difference between using a "bundle" version vs a "db"
> version of the persistence manager?
> Hints or pointers to documentation are appreciated.
> Regards

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