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From Ian Boston <...@tfd.co.uk>
Subject Re: Spring transactions for Jackrabbit and MySQL in Tomcat
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2009 17:29:50 GMT
I am using the JCR provider inside Apache Geronimo,  but in with Guice  
as my ioc not Spring. It appears to be working fine. We have been load  
testing with custom multi threaded perl scripts. No problems with  
Geronimo, but you will need to think about locking.
We are also binding EclipseLink into the JTA transactions and running  
ontop of MySQL  and/or Derby

Someone has probably done a configuration somewhere in one of the  
spring repositories.

On 25 Mar 2009, at 17:04, Kaspar Fischer wrote:

> Dear list,
> I am a Jackrabbit newbie and am trying to get Jackrabbit running in  
> the following context:
> - Tomcat 5.5 or 6
> - Spring 2.5.6
> - MySQL or db4o (not clear yet)
> - Jackrabbit
> In particular, I want to get transactions running, encompassing  
> Jackrabbit and MySQL/db4o.
> I have search via Google to see whether I need an external  
> transaction manager for this, as Tomcat does not provide Container  
> Managed Transactions. I have seen a few posts on Jencks and  
> Atomikos, and the introduction "Integrating Java Content Repository  
> and Spring" at
>  http://www.infoq.com/articles/spring-modules-jcr
> To be on the safe side I'd like to know whether for my particular  
> context this is still up-to-date: Do I need Jencks/Atomikos/some  
> other transaction manager in order to use Jackrabbit and one more  
> database under Spring?
> If so, do you recommend Jencks or Atomikos?
> Many thanks for any pointers,
> Kaspar

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