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Alfresco Via RMI

Question asked by rdanner on Nov 29, 2005
Latest reply on Mar 25, 2008 by rdanner
For those interested:

I have put alfresco behind the JCR-RMI library from jackrabbit.
All i had to do was make a simple bean to register the repository and then leverage their client on the remote end.

I have a build for just the RMI-JCR and the additional alfresco config and classes.

I had done a significant portion of an RMI wrapper before I ran in to jackrabbit (I should be looking a little harder before i leap).

Works like a charm.  Their library does not use remote activation which I would like to include for robustness sake.