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From philipp_s <psalzge...@qpass.com>
Subject Re: JCRBrowser and datasource
Date Wed, 28 May 2008 09:50:30 GMT



Sandro Böhme wrote:
> 
> philipp_s schrieb:
>> 
>> 
>> Sandro Böhme wrote:
>>> philipp_s schrieb:
>>>> Is it possible to use the JCRBrowser with a repository.xml which
>>>> specifies a
>>>> PersistenceManager that is using a datasource?
>>>> <code>
>>>>          &lt;PersistenceManager class="..."&gt;
>>>>           &lt;param name="dataSourceLocation"
>>>> value="someDataSource"/&gt;
>>>>           &lt;param name="schema" value="oracle"/&gt;
>>>>           &lt;param name="schemaObjectPrefix" value="PREFIX_"/&gt;
>>>>           &lt;param name="externalBLOBs" value="true"/&gt;
>>>>         &lt;/PersistenceManager&gt;
>>>> </code>
>>>>
>>>> thx
>>>>
>>>> Philipp
>>> Hello Philipp,
>>>
>>> the JCRBrowser just takes whatever you configured in the repository.xml 
>>> and does not depend on a specific configuration.
>>>
>>> Bye,
>>>
>>> Sandro
>>>
>>>
>> thanks for the quick reply!
>> 
>> but when I try to connect to a repository that uses a datasource in the
>> PersistenceManager configuration, I get the following error dialog: 
>> "It was not possible to login. Please check the credentials" with the
>> following details: Unable to create connection.: Unable to create
>> connection.
>> 
>> Do I need to create a datasource in Eclipse, so JCRBrowser can use it?
>> (how?) 
>> 
>> When I connect to a test repository that has a different persistence
>> manager
>> I can browse the repository (both have the same credentials)
>> 
> 
> ahh ok: When you use the Local Jackrabbit Repository the JCRBrowser 
> starts the repository within the plugin by using the classpath that is 
> configured for this Eclipse plugin. Of course this works for usual use 
> cases that don't need additional or other versions of classes or jars. 
> If you need a new persistance manager class in the classpath I recommend 
> dropping Jackrabbit in a Tomcat and configuring your custom classpath 
> there. Then you can use the "Remote Java Content Repository" connection 
> of the JCRBrowser to browse through the content.
> 
> Bye,
> 
> Sandro
> 
> 
again, thanks for the quick reply!

should this also work, when the repository is deployed as a resource adapter
in weblogic?

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