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From scytacki <scyta...@fastmail.fm>
Subject Re: jcr2spi<->spi-rmi<->spi2jcr<->jackrabbit-core config?
Date Thu, 03 Jul 2008 14:44:16 GMT

I created this page which documents how I set things up:
http://wiki.apache.org/jackrabbit/HowtoSpi2Rmi

Angela, I added your comments to that page.


lennard wrote:
> 
> I happened across Jukka Zitting's web page in which he announced some of
> the new features in Jackrabbit 1.4.  In particular, this paragraph was of
> interest.
> 
> "Service provider interface for JCR. The jackrabbit-spi component defines
> an architectural layer below the JCR API. The SPI layer is designed
> specifically for remote access and outlines a way for us to avoid the
> performance limitations of JCR-RMI that works on top of JCR."
> 
> This is because I have JCR client applications which are currently
> accessing the JCR via JCR-RMI.  With a significant amount of client side
> caching the performance is acceptable for our current usage... but only
> just.  The prospect of accessing the JCR external to that JCR's JVM in a
> reasonably performant fashion is very exciting.
> 
> Looking at the mailing list I can see references to a method of getting
> remote access to a JCR using SPI and RMI.
> 
> Marcel mentioned the following alternative:
> jcr2spi<->spi-rmi<->spi2jcr<->jackrabbit-core 
> 
> Thus far I have been unable to find any How to, Readme or wiki page which
> covers this particular configuration.  Can someone point me in the right
> direction?  Is there another configuration I should consider first?
> 
> Lennard Fuller
> Software Architect
> Unicon Inc.
> 
> 

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