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Jaime Israel Ramírez Hernández
Document Library and Jackrabbit
16. Dezember 2008 13:16
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Jaime Israel Ramírez Hernández

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Hello!

I'm giving a try to SO and it seems pretty good, the features I like the most are the integration with MS Office and the minimalistic user interface, great job!!!

I have two questions about the document library:

1.- Is there a way to integrate it with Open Office?, Is there any documentation about?, I'm using Ubunto 8.10 with Open Office 2.4 and can't find a way to integrate it emoticon

2.- Where are the documents stored?, I see there's a folder inside ${user}/liferay called document_library but it only has two folders and no files inside. The jackrabbit folder only has the repository.xml file, I tried to edit it so the documents get stored on data base but the tables weren't created emoticon

SO seems like it's becoming a great software, good job guys! emoticon

P.d. I'm using Google Chrome and the smileys panel doesn't seem to work... there also seems to be less buttons o_O.
Bryan Cheung
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
25. Dezember 2008 06:09
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Hi Jaime,

An OpenOffice plug in is in the works that would allow you to integrate with OpenOffice.

Thanks for your feedback!
Jaime Israel Ramírez Hernández
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
25. Dezember 2008 15:35
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Excelent!!!! I'm looking forward for it emoticon

Is the document library configurable in the way it stores the files?, because I tried configuring it like the portal but it didn't work emoticon.
Bryan Cheung
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
9. Januar 2009 18:11
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Hi Jaime,

How did you attempt the configuration of the document library, through portal.properties?
Jaime Israel Ramírez Hernández
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
10. Januar 2009 12:29
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Bryan Cheung:
Hi Jaime,

How did you attempt the configuration of the document library, through portal.properties?


Hi Bryan:

No, I did it through the repository.xml file in ${home}/liferay/jackrabbit directory, is there any documentation on how to do it through the portal.properties???

Thanks!!! emoticon
Bryan Cheung
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
21. Januar 2009 16:08
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Sorry, Jaime, not sure how to help you on this one.
Jaime Israel Ramírez Hernández
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
21. Januar 2009 19:58
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No problem Bryan, thank you very much anyway.

Right now I'm configuring portal version 5.2, I was reading all the portal.properties in the portal-impl.jar and found:

 1##
 2## JCR
 3##
 4
 5    jcr.initialize.on.startup=false
 6
 7    jcr.workspace.name=liferay
 8    jcr.node.documentlibrary=documentlibrary
 9
10    jcr.jackrabbit.repository.root=${resource.repositories.root}/jackrabbit
11    jcr.jackrabbit.config.file.path=${jcr.jackrabbit.repository.root}/repository.xml
12    jcr.jackrabbit.repository.home=${jcr.jackrabbit.repository.root}/home
13    jcr.jackrabbit.credentials.username=none
14    jcr.jackrabbit.credentials.password=none


I seems to me that there's no way to configure it to use database so tomorrow I'll try to configure the repository.xml and see if it works, if it does then we'll use portal instead of social office (we already have our intranet with version 5.0.1 but it doesn't seem to have the integration with office so well use 5.2 instead).

By the way, how is that plugin for the integration with open office going?

Greetings and thanks!!!!!
Bryan Cheung
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
30. Januar 2009 18:45
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Hi Jaime,

Try this—but I haven't gotten it to work properly.
Anhänge: OODocumentLibraryPlugin.oxt.zip (1.054,4k)
Markus Lindgren
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
19. Februar 2009 00:56
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Hi,

I'm trying to use the OO-plugin too. It is not working with OO 3.0

But according to the Mirage-project the old plugin is not stable and only tested with OO 2.3 & 2.4
Sun is apparently working on their own plugin to work with their newly released Glassfish Webspace Server (former Web Synergy project). This will be included in their licenced version of Webspace...
Bryan Cheung
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
19. Februar 2009 12:43
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Markuz Lindgren:
Hi,

I'm trying to use the OO-plugin too. It is not working with OO 3.0

But according to the Mirage-project the old plugin is not stable and only tested with OO 2.3 & 2.4
Sun is apparently working on their own plugin to work with their newly released Glassfish Webspace Server (former Web Synergy project). This will be included in their licenced version of Webspace...


Hi Markuz,

You're correct that it's currently only working with 2.4. Regarding the development plan, that's interesting—does that mean it won't be open sourced?
Markus Lindgren
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
20. Februar 2009 00:45
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Suns OO-plugin will be part of their Enterprise solution. If they release the code as open source, I don't know.
Anyone who likes to work on the existing plugin are welcome to join Project Mirage (https://mirage.dev.java.net/)
Markus Lindgren
RE: Document Library and Jackrabbit
20. Februar 2009 01:59
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Hi,

just new information that the OpenOffice plugin will still be open source and bundled with Sun Web Space Server.
I think Sun are still a bit unsure themselfs about what will be and what will not be in their releases. Time will tell and their bundle is still the first official release. In some upgrades and fixes we'll probably get more answers.