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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 19:30:31 GMT
Julian Reschke wrote
> Any reason why you don't simply use WebDAV?
> Best regards, Julian


The WeDAV connection to a server is:  "http://localhost:8080/server"  (or
something close to that).   This only lets us connect to an existing
repository - it doesn't let us remotely create a new repository.    This
also suggests that we can only bind 1 repository to a server.   Ideally, we
want 1 server that manages multiple repositories under the hood in the same
way that the local repository implementation automatically gets or creates
new repos given a path name.

Hope this makes sense.  It would be nice if Jackrabbit has these
server/client capabilities built-in.   


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