Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Advanced Java Content Repository API

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Advanced Java Content Repository API

Java Content Repository (JCR) API, specified as JSR-170, is an attempt to standardize an API used for accessing content repositories. In this article, we'll talk about the advanced and optional features defined in the JCR API. We assume that you're already familiar with basic features of JCR--such as how to add a new node or property, how to configure Apache Jackrabbit, etc. If you are not familiar with these topics or just want to refresh your memory, please check out the What is Java Content Repository article first.

In this article, we'll use Apache Jackrabbit, which is the reference implementation of JSR-170 and an open source project hosted on Apache, but you can use any other JSR-170-compliant content repository of your choice.

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