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From Sandro Böhme <sandro.boe...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: JCRBrowser and datasource
Date Wed, 28 May 2008 10:15:22 GMT
philipp_s schrieb:
> 
> 
> 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?
> 

If whatever starts the Jackrabbit repository in this case also registers 
the repository to an RMI port than it will work.
In the default Jackrabbit war the job is done by the 
RepositoryStartupServlet.registerRMI() method, but I don't know how it 
works for a resource adapter.

Bye,

Sandro

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