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(JSR 170), and at the time of this writing, it was in public review. Similar to the portlet API, the motivation for the JSR 170 standard was that each CMS vendor used a different API. Writing applications on top of these proprietary APIs was difficult because the application ran only on one CMS or because porting and maintaining compatibility required lots of development resources. Imagine trying to build an application (for instance, a search engine) that ran on a number of portals and used several different content management systems. Then imagine supporting that application for all the combinations of systems your customers might have. The advantage of the JCR API is that more applications can take advantage of content management systems the barrier to entry is lower, and there is less worry about proprietary lock-in. A client application does not have to know the details of how the JSR 170 implementation works on the content management system. The JCR API does not specify a client/server protocol. Because some CMSs organize content in a hierarchy of folders and content items, and others organize content in a flat set, the JCR API can use either type of structure. The JCR API does not cover all of the possible functions of a content management system. The standard covers the most common functionality for a content repository, but does not include such areas as personalization, publishing, workflow, or taxonomies. There are two levels of the JCR API. The first level is Level 1, and it includes basic content repository functionality. The main features it includes are Retrieving content Writing content Removing content Serializing content Searching content Changing and retrieving different content types The more advanced functionality is grouped into Level 2. Level 2 is not required because not every CMS needs that level of complexity. The advanced features in Level 2 are Transactions Versions Observation
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The JCR API uses several key classes for access to most of the content repository functionality. These classes model the content management system s internal structure, but building this API on top of a legacy CMS may be difficult. Some of the JCR API classes may not be a one-to-one match for existing classes, and some of the APIs and key concepts might be implemented differently in the CMS. You should understand how the concepts described next map onto your CMS, especially noting which functionality is unavailable through the JCR API.
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The javax.jcr.Repository interface models a Java content repository. The repository represents all of the content, relationships, and metadata in the content management system. The content repository contains content workspaces. Your portlets will ask this class for a ticket that represents access to a workspace for an authenticated user. The repository will need a valid set of credentials for the user.
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Tickets map authenticated users to workspaces. Ticket objects implement the javax.jcr.Ticket interface. A ticket maps to a single workspace. Each ticket provides access to the repository for the user, but the ticket will keep any changes queued until the portlet either reverts or saves the changes.
Credentials
The javax.jcr.Credentials interface represents the user authentication information for the user. If the credentials are valid, the repository will return a valid ticket that grants access to a workspace. Your CMS will implement the interface with whatever information it needs to grant access this will usually include a username and password, and could include a group or a domain, or other custom authentication attributes.
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Use the javax.jcr.Workspace interface to get access to a content workspace. The repository holds one or more workspaces. Each workspace has a tree of items, which are organized under a root node. Each Workspace object for an authenticated user maps to a Ticket object.
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