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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #940] Sun, 16 July 2006 19:29 Go to next message
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Hi Benny:

OK, not a big job. Just slightly bigger than a bread box. And, yes,
I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS as I go.

I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.
(Without much hope, initially. Outside of the FTP example, I don't see
/any/ EFS extensions other than "Local".)

On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
support Jackrabbit on Eclipse. This might include a DBFileSystem bundle
for EFS. ?? I will cross post this reply to that forum.

Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
already begun the scratching.

-- Dan


Benjamin Muskalla wrote:

> Hello Dan,
>
> I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
> job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :)
>
> Cheers
> Benny
>
> Dan Connelly wrote:
>
>> Has anyone implemented this FileStore in EFS? If so, is the source
>> available?
>>
>> -- Dan
>


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<font face="Arial">Hi Benny:<br>
<br>
OK, not a big job.&nbsp;&nbsp; Just slightly bigger than a bread box.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; And,
yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS as
I go.<br>
<br>
I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(Without much hope, initially. &nbsp; Outside of the FTP example, I don't
see <i>any</i> EFS extensions other than "Local".)<br>
<br>
On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
support Jackrabbit on Eclipse.&nbsp; This might include a DBFileSystem
bundle for EFS.&nbsp; ??&nbsp; I will cross post this reply to that forum.<br>
<br>
Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
already begun the scratching.<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
</font><tt><br>
<br>
Benjamin Muskalla wrote:</tt>
<blockquote cite="mid44BAC2DF.3070408@gmx.net" type="cite"><tt>Hello
Dan,
<br>
<br>
I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :)
<br>
<br>
Cheers
<br>
Benny
<br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote:
<br>
</tt>
<blockquote type="cite"><tt>Has anyone implemented this FileStore in
EFS?&nbsp;&nbsp; If so, is the source available?
<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan
</tt><br>
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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #970 is a reply to message #940] Mon, 17 July 2006 12:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn. It appears I can use this to
create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS. The default is a
repository in the local filesystem. I assume that a different
Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible. (I have not
tried it yet.) Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
DbFileSystem looks straight-forward. Jackrabbit hides the backing
store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on the
Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).

I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
applications to access the same resource. This URI should also hide
both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.

Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee Jackrabbit
wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for Apogee/Jackrabbit
resource.

Can anyone offer me a hint?

-- Dan



Dan Connelly wrote:

> Hi Benny:
>
> OK, not a big job. Just slightly bigger than a bread box. And,
> yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS
> as I go.
>
> I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.
> (Without much hope, initially. Outside of the FTP example, I don't
> see /any/ EFS extensions other than "Local".)
>
> On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
> support Jackrabbit on Eclipse. This might include a DBFileSystem
> bundle for EFS. ?? I will cross post this reply to that forum.
>
> Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
> already begun the scratching.
>
> -- Dan
>
>
> Benjamin Muskalla wrote:
>
>> Hello Dan,
>>
>> I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
>> job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :)
>>
>> Cheers
>> Benny
>>
>> Dan Connelly wrote:
>>
>>> Has anyone implemented this FileStore in EFS? If so, is the source
>>> available?
>>>
>>> -- Dan
>>
>


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I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; It appears I can use this to
create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS.&nbsp;&nbsp; The default is a
repository in the local filesystem.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I assume that a different
Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible.&nbsp;&nbsp; (I have not
tried it yet.)&nbsp;&nbsp; Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
DbFileSystem looks straight-forward.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit hides the backing
store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on
the Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).<br>
<br>
I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
applications to access the same resource. &nbsp;&nbsp; This URI should also hide
both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.<br>
<br>
Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee Jackrabbit
wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for Apogee/Jackrabbit
resource.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
<br>
Can anyone offer me a hint?<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote:
<blockquote cite="mide9ei17$phc$1@utils.eclipse.org" type="cite">
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<tt>Hi Benny:<br>
<br>
OK, not a big job.&nbsp;&nbsp; Just slightly bigger than a bread box.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; And,
yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS as
I go.<br>
<br>
I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(Without much hope, initially. &nbsp; Outside of the FTP example, I don't
see <i>any</i> EFS extensions other than "Local".)<br>
<br>
On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
support Jackrabbit on Eclipse.&nbsp; This might include a DBFileSystem
bundle for EFS.&nbsp; ??&nbsp; I will cross post this reply to that forum.<br>
<br>
Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
already begun the scratching.<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
</tt><tt><br>
<br>
Benjamin Muskalla wrote:</tt>
<blockquote cite="mid44BAC2DF.3070408@gmx.net" type="cite"><tt>Hello
Dan, <br>
<br>
I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :) <br>
<br>
Cheers <br>
Benny <br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote: <br>
</tt>
<blockquote type="cite"><tt>Has anyone implemented this FileStore
in
EFS?&nbsp;&nbsp; If so, is the source available? <br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan </tt><br>
</blockquote>
</blockquote>
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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #1031 is a reply to message #970] Mon, 17 July 2006 20:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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From the code I fetched from svn, it appears that Apogee + Jackrabbit
has no integration with EFS at present. The Repository is built as a
tree of java.io.File objects. Jackrabbit is only a schema.

What are the plans for an EFS integration, if any?


Dan Connelly wrote:

> I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn. It appears I can use this
> to create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS. The default
> is a repository in the local filesystem. I assume that a different
> Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible. (I have not
> tried it yet.) Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
> DbFileSystem looks straight-forward. Jackrabbit hides the backing
> store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on
> the Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).
>
> I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
> repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
> Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
> applications to access the same resource. This URI should also hide
> both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
> assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.
>
> Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee
> Jackrabbit wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for
> Apogee/Jackrabbit resource.
>
> Can anyone offer me a hint?
>
> -- Dan
>
>
>
> Dan Connelly wrote:
>
>> Hi Benny:
>>
>> OK, not a big job. Just slightly bigger than a bread box. And,
>> yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS
>> as I go.
>>
>> I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.
>> (Without much hope, initially. Outside of the FTP example, I don't
>> see /any/ EFS extensions other than "Local".)
>>
>> On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
>> support Jackrabbit on Eclipse. This might include a DBFileSystem
>> bundle for EFS. ?? I will cross post this reply to that forum.
>>
>> Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
>> already begun the scratching.
>>
>> -- Dan
>>
>>
>> Benjamin Muskalla wrote:
>>
>>> Hello Dan,
>>>
>>> I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
>>> job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :)
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>> Benny
>>>
>>> Dan Connelly wrote:
>>>
>>>> Has anyone implemented this FileStore in EFS? If so, is the
>>>> source available?
>>>>
>>>> -- Dan
>>>
>>
>


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From the code I fetched from svn, it appears that Apogee + Jackrabbit
has no integration with EFS at present.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The Repository is built as a
tree of java.io.File objects.&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit is only a schema.<br>
<br>
What are the plans for an EFS integration, if any?<br>
<br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote:
<blockquote cite="mide9gett$2nv$1@utils.eclipse.org" type="cite">
<meta content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1" http-equiv="Content-Type">
<title></title>
I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; It appears I can use this to
create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS.&nbsp;&nbsp; The default is a
repository in the local filesystem.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I assume that a different
Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible.&nbsp;&nbsp; (I have not
tried it yet.)&nbsp;&nbsp; Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
DbFileSystem looks straight-forward.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit hides the backing
store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on
the Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).<br>
<br>
I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
applications to access the same resource. &nbsp;&nbsp; This URI should also hide
both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.<br>
<br>
Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee Jackrabbit
wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for Apogee/Jackrabbit
resource.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
<br>
Can anyone offer me a hint?<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote:
<blockquote cite="mide9ei17$phc$1@utils.eclipse.org" type="cite">
<meta content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1"
http-equiv="Content-Type">
<title></title>
<tt>Hi Benny:<br>
<br>
OK, not a big job.&nbsp;&nbsp; Just slightly bigger than a bread box.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; And,
yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS as
I go.<br>
<br>
I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(Without much hope, initially. &nbsp; Outside of the FTP example, I don't
see <i>any</i> EFS extensions other than "Local".)<br>
<br>
On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
support Jackrabbit on Eclipse.&nbsp; This might include a DBFileSystem
bundle for EFS.&nbsp; ??&nbsp; I will cross post this reply to that forum.<br>
<br>
Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
already begun the scratching.<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
</tt><tt><br>
<br>
Benjamin Muskalla wrote:</tt>
<blockquote cite="mid44BAC2DF.3070408@gmx.net" type="cite"><tt>Hello
Dan, <br>
<br>
I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :) <br>
<br>
Cheers <br>
Benny <br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote: <br>
</tt>
<blockquote type="cite"><tt>Has anyone implemented this FileStore
in
EFS?&nbsp;&nbsp; If so, is the source available? <br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan </tt><br>
</blockquote>
</blockquote>
<br>
</blockquote>
<br>
</blockquote>
<br>
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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #1059 is a reply to message #940] Sat, 19 August 2006 08:19 Go to previous message
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(I seem to be having a conversation with myself on this thread. Pardon
me for publicly climbing the Content Management learning curve.)

So, disregard my (other) replies to myself concerning getting Jackrabbit
support in EFS (Eclipse File System) from the Apogee project code.

That would probably *not* be an Apogee objective (is my guess).
Jackrabbit is but one implementation of the Java Content Repository
(JSR-170) api.

The Apogee proposal states: "Adapters between JSR-170 and Eclipse
resource model will have to be written."

Can I presume that this means providing access to JSR-170 content
through EFS, perhaps using "apogee" uri scheme in the EFS client? (EFS
may ignore incompatible JSR-170 features.)

The Apogee proposal schedules "Resource model" for the 1.0-M1 release.
The mentioned adapters are not explicitly scheduled. With Apogee now
approved for Eclipse technology, can I presume that the JSR-170 "Eclipse
resource model" adapters will be included in the M1 code?

-- Dan





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<font face="Arial">(I seem to be having a conversation with myself on
this thread.&nbsp; Pardon me for publicly climbing the Content Management
learning curve.)<br>
<br>
So, disregard my (other) replies to myself concerning getting
Jackrabbit support in EFS (Eclipse File System) from the Apogee project
code.<br>
<br>
That would probably <b>not</b> be an Apogee objective (is my
guess).&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit is but one implementation of the Java Content
Repository (JSR-170) api. &nbsp; &nbsp; <br>
<br>
The Apogee proposal states:&nbsp; "</font>Adapters between JSR-170 and
Eclipse resource model will have to be written.<font face="Arial">"</font><br>
<font face="Arial"><br>
Can I presume that this means providing access to JSR-170 content
through EFS, perhaps using "apogee" uri scheme in the EFS client?&nbsp;&nbsp;
(EFS may ignore incompatible JSR-170 features.)<br>
<br>
The Apogee proposal schedules "</font>Resource model<font face="Arial">"
for the 1.0-M1 release.&nbsp;&nbsp; The mentioned adapters are not explicitly
scheduled.&nbsp; With Apogee now approved for Eclipse technology, can I
presume that the JSR-170 "Eclipse resource model" adapters will be
included in the M1 code?<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #564473 is a reply to message #940] Mon, 17 July 2006 12:48 Go to previous message
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I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn. It appears I can use this to
create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS. The default is a
repository in the local filesystem. I assume that a different
Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible. (I have not
tried it yet.) Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
DbFileSystem looks straight-forward. Jackrabbit hides the backing
store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on the
Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).

I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
applications to access the same resource. This URI should also hide
both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.

Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee Jackrabbit
wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for Apogee/Jackrabbit
resource.

Can anyone offer me a hint?

-- Dan



Dan Connelly wrote:

> Hi Benny:
>
> OK, not a big job. Just slightly bigger than a bread box. And,
> yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS
> as I go.
>
> I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.
> (Without much hope, initially. Outside of the FTP example, I don't
> see /any/ EFS extensions other than "Local".)
>
> On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
> support Jackrabbit on Eclipse. This might include a DBFileSystem
> bundle for EFS. ?? I will cross post this reply to that forum.
>
> Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
> already begun the scratching.
>
> -- Dan
>
>
> Benjamin Muskalla wrote:
>
>> Hello Dan,
>>
>> I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
>> job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :)
>>
>> Cheers
>> Benny
>>
>> Dan Connelly wrote:
>>
>>> Has anyone implemented this FileStore in EFS? If so, is the source
>>> available?
>>>
>>> -- Dan
>>
>


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I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; It appears I can use this to
create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS.&nbsp;&nbsp; The default is a
repository in the local filesystem.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I assume that a different
Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible.&nbsp;&nbsp; (I have not
tried it yet.)&nbsp;&nbsp; Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
DbFileSystem looks straight-forward.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit hides the backing
store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on
the Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).<br>
<br>
I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
applications to access the same resource. &nbsp;&nbsp; This URI should also hide
both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.<br>
<br>
Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee Jackrabbit
wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for Apogee/Jackrabbit
resource.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
<br>
Can anyone offer me a hint?<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote:
<blockquote cite="mide9ei17$phc$1@utils.eclipse.org" type="cite">
<meta content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1" http-equiv="Content-Type">
<title></title>
<tt>Hi Benny:<br>
<br>
OK, not a big job.&nbsp;&nbsp; Just slightly bigger than a bread box.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; And,
yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS as
I go.<br>
<br>
I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(Without much hope, initially. &nbsp; Outside of the FTP example, I don't
see <i>any</i> EFS extensions other than "Local".)<br>
<br>
On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
support Jackrabbit on Eclipse.&nbsp; This might include a DBFileSystem
bundle for EFS.&nbsp; ??&nbsp; I will cross post this reply to that forum.<br>
<br>
Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
already begun the scratching.<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
</tt><tt><br>
<br>
Benjamin Muskalla wrote:</tt>
<blockquote cite="mid44BAC2DF.3070408@gmx.net" type="cite"><tt>Hello
Dan, <br>
<br>
I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :) <br>
<br>
Cheers <br>
Benny <br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote: <br>
</tt>
<blockquote type="cite"><tt>Has anyone implemented this FileStore
in
EFS?&nbsp;&nbsp; If so, is the source available? <br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan </tt><br>
</blockquote>
</blockquote>
<br>
</blockquote>
<br>
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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #564503 is a reply to message #970] Mon, 17 July 2006 20:00 Go to previous message
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From the code I fetched from svn, it appears that Apogee + Jackrabbit
has no integration with EFS at present. The Repository is built as a
tree of java.io.File objects. Jackrabbit is only a schema.

What are the plans for an EFS integration, if any?


Dan Connelly wrote:

> I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn. It appears I can use this
> to create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS. The default
> is a repository in the local filesystem. I assume that a different
> Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible. (I have not
> tried it yet.) Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
> DbFileSystem looks straight-forward. Jackrabbit hides the backing
> store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on
> the Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).
>
> I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
> repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
> Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
> applications to access the same resource. This URI should also hide
> both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
> assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.
>
> Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee
> Jackrabbit wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for
> Apogee/Jackrabbit resource.
>
> Can anyone offer me a hint?
>
> -- Dan
>
>
>
> Dan Connelly wrote:
>
>> Hi Benny:
>>
>> OK, not a big job. Just slightly bigger than a bread box. And,
>> yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS
>> as I go.
>>
>> I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.
>> (Without much hope, initially. Outside of the FTP example, I don't
>> see /any/ EFS extensions other than "Local".)
>>
>> On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
>> support Jackrabbit on Eclipse. This might include a DBFileSystem
>> bundle for EFS. ?? I will cross post this reply to that forum.
>>
>> Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
>> already begun the scratching.
>>
>> -- Dan
>>
>>
>> Benjamin Muskalla wrote:
>>
>>> Hello Dan,
>>>
>>> I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
>>> job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :)
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>> Benny
>>>
>>> Dan Connelly wrote:
>>>
>>>> Has anyone implemented this FileStore in EFS? If so, is the
>>>> source available?
>>>>
>>>> -- Dan
>>>
>>
>


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From the code I fetched from svn, it appears that Apogee + Jackrabbit
has no integration with EFS at present.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The Repository is built as a
tree of java.io.File objects.&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit is only a schema.<br>
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What are the plans for an EFS integration, if any?<br>
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Dan Connelly wrote:
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I have installed Nuxeo Apogee from svn.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; It appears I can use this to
create a Jackrabbit repository in Eclipse under EFS.&nbsp;&nbsp; The default is a
repository in the local filesystem.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I assume that a different
Jackrabbit repository backing store is also possible.&nbsp;&nbsp; (I have not
tried it yet.)&nbsp;&nbsp; Changing repository.xml FileSystem class to
DbFileSystem looks straight-forward.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit hides the backing
store implementation from Apogee so there is no Apogee dependence on
the Local FileSystem configuration (I assume).<br>
<br>
I also assume, since Apogee uses EFS to provide access to the
repository, that there is an Eclipse "platform" URI for an
Apogee/Jackrabbit repository that I can use from non-Apogee Eclipse
applications to access the same resource. &nbsp;&nbsp; This URI should also hide
both the Apogee and the Jackrabbit dependencies (I would further
assume), though data content usage outside of Apogee might be a problem.<br>
<br>
Unfortunately, I have not been able to find where the Apogee Jackrabbit
wizard configures (or defaults) the platform URI for Apogee/Jackrabbit
resource.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
<br>
Can anyone offer me a hint?<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote:
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<tt>Hi Benny:<br>
<br>
OK, not a big job.&nbsp;&nbsp; Just slightly bigger than a bread box.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; And,
yes, I am half way to cobbling one together own my own, learning EFS as
I go.<br>
<br>
I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for a proper job of coding it.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(Without much hope, initially. &nbsp; Outside of the FTP example, I don't
see <i>any</i> EFS extensions other than "Local".)<br>
<br>
On the other hand, I just noticed that Eclipse "Apogee" project will
support Jackrabbit on Eclipse.&nbsp; This might include a DBFileSystem
bundle for EFS.&nbsp; ??&nbsp; I will cross post this reply to that forum.<br>
<br>
Lately, I have noticed that whenever I have an itch someone else has
already begun the scratching.<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
</tt><tt><br>
<br>
Benjamin Muskalla wrote:</tt>
<blockquote cite="mid44BAC2DF.3070408@gmx.net" type="cite"><tt>Hello
Dan, <br>
<br>
I don't know Jackrabbit exactly, but I don't think that it is a big
job. Try yourself to implement it and share it with us :) <br>
<br>
Cheers <br>
Benny <br>
<br>
Dan Connelly wrote: <br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan </tt><br>
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(I seem to be having a conversation with myself on this thread. Pardon
me for publicly climbing the Content Management learning curve.)

So, disregard my (other) replies to myself concerning getting Jackrabbit
support in EFS (Eclipse File System) from the Apogee project code.

That would probably *not* be an Apogee objective (is my guess).
Jackrabbit is but one implementation of the Java Content Repository
(JSR-170) api.

The Apogee proposal states: "Adapters between JSR-170 and Eclipse
resource model will have to be written."

Can I presume that this means providing access to JSR-170 content
through EFS, perhaps using "apogee" uri scheme in the EFS client? (EFS
may ignore incompatible JSR-170 features.)

The Apogee proposal schedules "Resource model" for the 1.0-M1 release.
The mentioned adapters are not explicitly scheduled. With Apogee now
approved for Eclipse technology, can I presume that the JSR-170 "Eclipse
resource model" adapters will be included in the M1 code?

-- Dan





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<font face="Arial">(I seem to be having a conversation with myself on
this thread.&nbsp; Pardon me for publicly climbing the Content Management
learning curve.)<br>
<br>
So, disregard my (other) replies to myself concerning getting
Jackrabbit support in EFS (Eclipse File System) from the Apogee project
code.<br>
<br>
That would probably <b>not</b> be an Apogee objective (is my
guess).&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Jackrabbit is but one implementation of the Java Content
Repository (JSR-170) api. &nbsp; &nbsp; <br>
<br>
The Apogee proposal states:&nbsp; "</font>Adapters between JSR-170 and
Eclipse resource model will have to be written.<font face="Arial">"</font><br>
<font face="Arial"><br>
Can I presume that this means providing access to JSR-170 content
through EFS, perhaps using "apogee" uri scheme in the EFS client?&nbsp;&nbsp;
(EFS may ignore incompatible JSR-170 features.)<br>
<br>
The Apogee proposal schedules "</font>Resource model<font face="Arial">"
for the 1.0-M1 release.&nbsp;&nbsp; The mentioned adapters are not explicitly
scheduled.&nbsp; With Apogee now approved for Eclipse technology, can I
presume that the JSR-170 "Eclipse resource model" adapters will be
included in the M1 code?<br>
<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; -- Dan<br>
<br>
<br>
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