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Request to add a JCR/Jackrabbit section

Romit Bose
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Joined: Oct 03, 2007
Posts: 50
Hi experts!
I have always been an ardent fan of Big Moose Saloon(and I furiously recommend Javaranch to all my collagues ). Recently, the Java Content Repository Specification (JCR) has gather much momentum in the Java technology ecosystem, and Jackrabbit has been the buzzword, atleast in this part of Asia, Europe and USA (taking a cue from our clients' demands)...
Adobe DAY CRX which is nothing but a commercial version of Jackrabbit (JSR 170), is what I am working on in my current project. I found that in spite of being a Java Specification, there are very few good forums where developers could discuss JCR problems.
I was wondering if I could request the Java Gurus at the Saloon to consider JCR/Jackrabbit as a new section in the discussion forum?

Thanks and Warm Regards,
Romit Bose
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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A search of the forums says the only reference to Jackrabbit is this thread. I recommend to start creating content in the Other Open Source forum and ask again when there is some discussion.

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I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Request to add a JCR/Jackrabbit section
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