[New and Noteworthy] What the heck has Eclipse JCR Management to offer?

Sandro Boehme

New & Noteworthy Talks · Short
Wednesday, 16:25, 25 minutes | Seminarräume 1-4

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A Java Content Repository (JCR) is a type of Object Database tailored to the storage, searching and retrieval of hierarchical data according to the JSR-170 Java specification. It already yielded in some healthy implementations in the CMS area and other content centric use cases. Its type system is very close to Java and model driven software development and it contains some very powerful features like versioning and transactions.
The goal of JCR Management is making the JCR content structure and its features available to models.
In this talk you will see demos of how JCR Management realizes that. It will show how even larger scale EMF models can be backed by a content repository and how you can use the JCR features in EMF. You will also see short demos of other JCR Management tools useful for maintaining the JCR backend.

Sandro works as a System Developer, Architect and Project Manager at inovex GmbH in Germany. Driven from practical challanges in the daily work he started to focus on Modeling and the Java Content Repository (JCR). It also moved him to creating the JCR Browser and Eclipse JCR Management. You can reach him at: s dot boehme at inovex dot de.

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