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From "avdhesh .java" <>
Subject Re: Standalone PhotArk and duplicate UI resources
Date Tue, 29 Dec 2009 15:29:08 GMT
As per my Understanding we will have same UI for all versions(google apps
engine ,  JCR).What differs is the underline implementations (filesystem
based for google engine and JCR based)..We already have seperate project for
the implementation part..

We already have  photark-webapps version for photark UI.

we can Integrate maven-junction-plugin with the photark-embedded
pom.xml.Byusing link goal of this plugin we can have photark ui
resources avble for
the photark-embedded project..


On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 10:35 AM, Luciano Resende <>wrote:

> We currently have photark-embedded and photark-webapp projects, that
> provide different ways to run PhotArk (directly from IDE with a
> embedded http server, or hosted on a web app server). While I like the
> embedded option, we currently have two copies of html and other UI
> stuff that need to be maintained and keep in sync, and the way things
> are now are not so good. I want to run two options that come to mind
> with you guys :
> - Create a separate maven project that would hold the PhotArk UI
> pieces, and build would be responsible to bring them together in the
> webapp and embedded projects, thus allowing having us to only maintain
> these pieces in one place
> - Just get rid of standalone project and concentrate in the webapp
> version we have.
> Although I'm inclined to do the second option, I believe the first
> option might help us in the long run, as it would allow us to have
> multiple package of the webapp without any resource duplication (e.g
> one simple war for google app engine, another more heavy one using JCR
> repository, etc)
> Thoughts ? Does anyone know other projects that might have the same
> usage scenario so we can take a look on how they solved the
> problem....
> --
> Luciano Resende
> <>


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