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From Santiago Gala <santiago.g...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: using the webDAV component
Date Tue, 15 Oct 2013 17:35:59 GMT
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 3:50 PM, Christoph Läubrich

> > "stable" and "working with every client" are two very different things.
> You are right, sorry for using inadequate wording :-)
> > Out of curiosity: what was the problem that  you encountered?
> I wasn't able to mount the WebDav neither under Linux nor Windows
> releiable (while "other" WebDavs like Apache worked) sometimes it worked
> for one of them (I think I finally got it working under Windows using
> Sling, but not JackRabbit Standalone) , in a Webbrowser it worked but all
> file nodes where not accessible as files (there was a posting in the
> newsgroup as well).

Under linux I have experienced serious problems with the gvfs gnome
component. I remember mounting jackrabbit some years ago, so either a
ubuntu or jackrabbit regression is at work.  I was able to mount jackrabbit
using davfs2, but it downloads the whole file on any access (GET /file
without any range request is what I see on the wire), placing a big strain
on the network  and the client and tremendous latency when one manipulates
a number of 1GB files, which is my use case.


> Am 14.10.2013 16:36, schrieb Julian Reschke:
>  On 2013-10-12 13:03, Christoph Läubrich wrote:
>>> Last time I tried using WebDav it was not very stable (e.g. not working
>>> with every client) and it was not that easy to set it up "from scratch"
>> "stable" and "working with every client" are two very different things.
>> Out of curiosity: what was the problem that  you encountered?
>>  with an existing repro/installation.
>>> So I would recommend you first try the RMI aproach and the decide if the
>>> performance is enough for you (I think the objectexplorer uses RMI and
>>> that worked out-of-the-box).
>>> Am 11.10.2013 19:14, schrieb Jon Svede:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> Our Jackrabbit app is using a repo that runs within our application.
>>>> We load our repository.xml in our code to create access. Lately, I've
>>>> been looking for some tools to help explore our content and all of
>>>> them talk about being able to use webDAV or RMI. The docs talk about
>>>> RMI not being very performant, so I guess I'd like to set up the webDAV.
>>>> How do I setup a webDAV repo with the one I already have? Can I deploy
>>>> the webDAV war file and point it to our repo? There don't seem to be
>>>> any docs I can use (but if there are please forward the links). The
>>>> docs that exist on the Jackrabbit site are somewhat vague (at least to
>>>> me).
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Jon

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