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From Julian Reschke <julian.resc...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: File saving path in the file system
Date Fri, 07 Sep 2012 08:07:20 GMT
On 2012-09-06 16:56, Dilupa Munindradasa wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I started using and evaluating jackrabbit today and have very noob
> question. Is it possible to specify or customize the physical path of where
> content is saved in the local file system.
> for example.i have a file saved under
> "/btm:repository/btm:community/btm:story/jcr:content/jcr:data". but in the
> file system, this is saved under
> workspaces\default\blobs\5d\c3\3689834a4d6daca52f4e05d34f62\%7bhttp%3a%2f%
> 2fwww.jcp.org%2fjcr%2f1.0%7ddata.0.bin
> Is it possible to use a structured or a human readable path to store this
> data? eg: workspaces\default\blobs\*repository\community\story\content\data*.
> Also instead of a .bin file, is it possible to provide the extension of the
> uploaded file while saving? eg: image002122.jpg
> ...

That's not possible with the way Jackrabbit is built -- hierarchy 
information is stored elsewhere.

You *could* write an SPI implementation and then use JCR2SPI to build a 
JCR repository from that.

Best regards, Julian

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