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From "Alexander Klimetschek" <aklim...@day.com>
Subject Re: Applications' db and jackrabbit db should 'em be the same?
Date Thu, 29 May 2008 17:53:25 GMT

The persistence managers typically use a few tables for storing their
data. To separate them from other tables from other applications, you
can either create a separate schema/table space (or however that is
called in a specific db), which I would recommend, since it makes
adminstration generally easier.

Or, if you can only create tables you can use the schemaObjectPrefix
parameter in the db persistence manager configuration to separate the
tables from others. If the prefix is "jackrabbit_", you'll get
jackrabbit_nodes, jackrabbit_references and so on (depending on the
PM). Make sure you get the workspace name into the prefix - but this
should be clear when looking at the example repository xml files
and/or the PM documentation (javadocs of the PM class).


Alexander Klimetschek

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