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From Julián <CACER...@telefonica.net>
Subject Re: Help for a new user
Date Sat, 16 Aug 2014 16:49:59 GMT

Hello.
I've been able to use a repository in my JSF application at last. If someone 
has a similar problem, I can help him.

Now, I would like to insert some files (.doc, .pdf, ...), and search for 
words into them, like google.
I suposse that I'll have to use text extractors, and I'll have to configure 
the repository to index the files.

Does anybody know where I can find some examples?
Can anyone tell me where to look for?

Thanks


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From: "Ron Wheeler" <rwheeler@artifact-software.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2014 7:09 PM
To: <users@jackrabbit.apache.org>
Subject: Re: Help for a new user

> Did you get the example from http://jackrabbit.apache.org/first-hops.html 
> working?
>
> You probably should get Eclipse working with Maven. That will get rid  of 
> some of the headaches.
>
> If you want a fast way to get up and running with Exclipse and Maven try 
> Eclipse STS. It is an Eclipse that comes out of the box with all the 
> plug-ins that you need to develop Java applications with Maven.
> This get rid of the need to set up software on classpaths manually.
>
> Once you have the first hop demo working, you should be able to make your 
> simple web app.
> At least you will have specific log messages to talk about.
>
> Ron
>
>
> On 10/08/2014 7:54 AM, Julián wrote:
>> (sorry for my english)
>> I'm very new at java, javaEE,  web-development world, and, of course, 
>> jackrabbit environment.
>> I'm a student and I'm working in my degree project. An "easy" document 
>> management system.
>> I only need users to get their documents and to be able to search groups 
>> of words into them (PDF, DOC, XLS ...) like a google search.
>> I've heard about jackrabbit's benefits, so I've decided to use it. (I 
>> suposse jackrabbit can do those task ?)
>>
>> I am developing an "easy" JSF application with Primefaces, Mysql... and 
>> now, I'm in the phase when I have to manage the documents.
>> I've read the JSR 283 specification, and I undestand it more or less. My 
>> problem is how to begin.
>>
>> I need someone to show me a simple example to create and access a 
>> repository. The repository only have to work with my application in a 
>> tomcat server.
>> I've been looking for information on the Internet and I'm absolutely 
>> lost. Everyone say different things. I haven't been able to find an 
>> "easy" example about I need.
>> In Jackrabbit's web, I've been reading about deployments models, 
>> stand-alone server,  Jackrabbit Web application, Jackrabbit JCA Resource 
>> Adapter ...
>> Oh my god! Is it really so difficult what I want to do? I don't think so, 
>> perhaps I'm getting older...
>>
>> I only need:
>> 1º when a client access the application for the first time, the 
>> repository will be created in a specified path.
>> 2º Clients will upload files, search for content, and download them.
>>
>> I'm now in the first point. Can anyone help me?
>> I use the eclipse IDE and I don't use maven.
>> What "jars" must I include in my classpath?
>> what java instructions do I need to create and set up the repository? In 
>> the JSR specification, they use the RepositoryFactory class. Is it the 
>> way to do it?
>>
>> Thanks a lot, and sorry for my ignorance.
>>
>>
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>
> -- 
> Ron Wheeler
> President
> Artifact Software Inc
> email: rwheeler@artifact-software.com
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