I am looking for a way to remotely access the JBoss Portal embedded jackrabbit repository.
I am going the EJB3 programming model way and what I am able to do now is to get an instance of the JCRCMS in my stateless session bean
@Resource(mappedName = "java:/portal/CMS")
private JCRCMS jcrCms;
And so I can do a lot of cool stuff.
As a saw how Day CRX, JCR-Explorer, JCR Viewer, JCR Controller, can explore jackrabbit repositories, I am wondering if it is possible to do so with the JBoss portal one.
I tried with the apache jcr-explorer web app running on tomcat but i had a problem with jndi name.
I also tried with the JCR BROWSER eclipse plugin (rmi access). No way!
So I took a look at
and realized that the unlike the JCRCMS, the jackrabbit JCR itself isn't bound to JNDI name nor has a JRMP server association.
Is it why i can't access the JCR with the tools i mentionned?
As for the JCRCMS, a remote proxy can be provided by adding
<!-- Proxy factory for CMS -->
<!-- Use the standard JRMPInvoker from conf/jboss-service.xxml -->
<!-- The target MBean -->
<!-- Where to bind the proxy factory -->
<!-- Invoke target method instead of invoke(Invocation mi) -->
<!-- Comma-separated list of exported interfaces -->
<!-- client-side interceptors -->
(according to firstname.lastname@example.org tested and works fine)
Can we get the JBoss Portal embedded Jackrabbit JCR to the same level of exposure?