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RMI and JCR Viewers

by  hchingwong@gmail.com »  2016/05/09 15:55

Can anyone shares experience with connecting to JCR through RMI?
I use the Community Distribution, first thing I did was bypass the URL rewrite rules to get to the servlet. After that, somehow I still couldn't establish connection, it simply says, "Repository not found: Attribute javax.jcr.Repository does not exist in servlet context Jahia.

  • RMI and JCR Viewers
    2016/05/09 15:55

    hchingwong@gmail.com <p>Can anyone shares experience with connecting to JCR through RMI?<br /> I use the Community Distribution, first thing I did was bypass the URL rewrite rules to get to the servlet. After that, somehow I still couldn&#39;t establish connection, it simply says, &quot;Repository not found: Attribute javax.jcr.Repository does not exist in servlet context Jahia.</p>

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    Re: RMI and JCR Viewers

    by  shyrkov »  2016/05/10 20:09

    Hello,

    the RMI binding for the JCR repository is disabled by default.

    DX has a built-in JCR browser, which is accessible under: http://localhost:8080/modules/tools/jcrBrowser.jsp

    (the username/password for Tools user by default is: jahia/password).

     

    Kind regards

    Sergiy

  • Re: RMI and JCR Viewers
    2016/05/10 20:09

    shyrkov <p>Hello,</p> <p>the RMI binding for the JCR repository is disabled by default.</p> <p>DX has a built-in JCR browser, which is accessible under:&nbsp;http://localhost:8080/modules/tools/jcrBrowser.jsp</p> <p>(the username/password for Tools user by default is: jahia/password).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Kind regards</p> <p>Sergiy</p>

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