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Using/sharing content trough different separated web applications on the same server

olivier dutranoit
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Joined: Aug 20, 2011
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Hi everyone!

I was wondering wich systems exist, for using content on different platforms.
Wich systems are you using?

For the moment, i have several web-apps, so several war-files, deployed on the same machines.
Also some on other machines.

Now, all those apps use content, like text, images, documents(pdf's etc...), etc...
All the documents are centralized on a main server, so this is not a big problem.
But, text and images, are used the same way as you would do in java Localization system, but its a custom system.
Problem is that the content is each time within the war.

i could solve this, trough several options i have :

-expand the custom localization system, so that its accesible from all web-apps. Making kind of server of it.
-using a database, and querying from the web-apps.
-i read about the java jcr (jackrabbit), wich seems a fancy system...

But is there a standard way of doing such things? Something more robust? Something that is not losing performance? What are your experience in this?

thanks!
Bear Bibeault
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I just deal with it at build time and avoid any run-time ruckus.


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