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From "Connor, Brett (LNG-TWY)" <Brett.Con...@lexisnexis.co.uk>
Subject RE: Valid characters for node names
Date Tue, 07 Apr 2009 13:16:44 GMT
This is a JSR-170 restriction. The JSR-170 spec has BNF or something like in section 4.6.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fabián Mandelbaum [mailto:fmandelbaum@gmail.com] 
> Sent: 07 April 2009 13:45
> To: users@jackrabbit.apache.org
> Subject: Valid characters for node names
> Hello there,
>     I'm playing around a bit with JackRabbit, CRX, and Sling 
> (last ones use JackRabbit as their JCR engine, that's why I'm 
> asking on this ML).
>     I've found out that at least CRX and Sling don't "like" 
> certain characters for node names (haven't tried that far 
> with JR yet), or treat them in a "special" way. For example, 
> I mount the repo with WebDAV, I copy files from my desktop 
> over there, all goes fine until a file has a ' (apostrophe) 
> in it's name. I've also seen that spaces are replaced by %20 
> (the typical replacement one sees in HTTP URLs, this may be 
> cuz of a magic WebDAV mapping happening somewhere).
>     So, besides the apostrophe (if I rename the file in 
> question, removing the apostrophe, I can store it without 
> problems), is there any other character I should be wary of 
> when considering "valid" characters for node names? Or I can 
> just go and use ANY (and I really mean any)
> UTF-8 character for node names?
>     Thanks in advance for your prompt and accurate answer.

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