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Re: Want EFS bundle for Jackrabbit DBFileSystem [message #564451] Sun, 16 July 2006 23:29
Dan Connelly is currently offline Dan Connelly
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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>
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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
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