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From crm6360 <crm6...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Setting up SOAP services to run on top of jackrabbit
Date Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:34:17 GMT
Hi Bertrand, 

There are some similarities, but the "15 minute" Sling tutorial suggests
that it is predominantly script-driven with HTTP command-line statements.  
My project requires that we integrate the JCR calls into an existing RCP
plugin-based application.  The RCP app provides a view into the content
repositories.   We may select a file, save a file, change a file, get all
repositories, etc... all of these actions are initiated through the RCP user
interface.  The action should then communicate with a JackRabbit server
which will exist somewhere on the network.

SOAP (or maybe REST?) seemed to be a logical way to approach this if a
workable configuration could be achieved.   For example, if Jackrabbit/JCR
has methods for getFile and putFile, SOAP/REST would provide wrapper methods
for those actions.   These wrapper methods would then be accessible by any
front-end client, not just the RCP app.

Fyi - I am using JackRabbit 2.6.1 and Tomcat 7.   


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