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Understanding Apricot: a Content Repository

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Overview of Apricot, a state of the art Content Repository and initial contribution to Eclipse.

This talk will provide the audience with a global understanding of what is Apricot and more generally what is a Content Repository from a functional standpoint: exploring all the services it offers, identifying the main standards and technologies integrated within a framework of this caliber, such as the Content Management Interoperability Standard (CMIS), and understanding the main technical challenges to be resolved, in particular high scalability and high performance.

Introducing Apricot - The Eclipse Content Management Platform

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Schubartsaal
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Apricot is the core of the Nuxeo Content Management Platform and was
recently contributed to Eclipse as an RT project.
This talk is mainly about introducing Apricot and about leveraging our
experience in developing large scale software platforms using OSGi and
an extension point model.
This session will dive into the approach used, how the platform
evolved over the past 3 years regarding OSGi, how Nuxeo built the
extension system, how the UI has been modularized, and how the
platform can now be deployed on traditional Java server containers

MDA Compliant Approach for Data Mart Schemas Generation

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Decision Support System (DSS) designers face two data models complexities: OLTP (On Line Transaction Processing) database model and multidimensional model. Their models rely on different concepts forces the designer to have double skills in these two models. This highly-qualified design task requires experienced humans, not usually available. The objective of this paper is to support the DSS designer producing rapidly efficient data mart schemas starting the Data Warehouse (DW) data model.

An eclipse client server architecture with asynchronous messaging based on XMPP

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Silchersaal
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In this talk I will present you how we leverage the XMPP protocol with a simple Smack/Apache Vysper stack to make our e4 rich client become responsive and alive whenever callbacks in the otherwise service oriented communication are missing.

Dynamic Projects and Minimalistic Workspace Setup in Enterprise Environment

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Silchersaal
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Abstract: We will describe our journey into setting up minimalistic development environment at eBay. Developers tend to include many source projects in their workspaces because they may potentially need to view, debug or otherwise tinker with included source. While viewing and debugging are possible with precompiled project libraries (jars), they don’t allow one to make modifications.

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