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There are numerous applications that are available for JSR repositories, some of them are very generic like a WebDAV server other applications can be very specific and make use of the content repository as a store for the information that is used by the applications. Java Applications can use a JSR content repository as a replacement for anything from property-files, XML-configuration, certain portions of relational database functionality to straight file system or blob-management. Using a content repository allows an application to deal with an arbitrarily large hierarchical space in a scalable manner automatically profiting from the repository services such as versioning, query, transactions or namespaces which make a content repository an ideal data store for many applications. Mostly these node types are defined by the application itself and ship with the application. These applications use a content repository as their persistence layer as a natural evolution from the use of an RDBMS or a file system. The Content Repository API defined by JSR A number features of a content repository, that have been removed from the JSR specification since they are difficult to implement on existing non-java-based content repositories and administrational Repository tasks that have also been deliberately excluded from JSR There are only very few mostly administrational applications which make use of the non-JSR APIs provided by Jackrabbit.

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A content repository is a hierarchical content store with support for structured and unstructured content, full text search, versioning, transactions, observation, and more. Jackrabbit Oak is a complementary implementation of the JCR specification. It is an effort to implement a scalable and performant hierarchical content repository for use as the foundation of modern world-class web sites and other demanding content applications.

See the Jackrabbit Oak website for more information. See the downloads page for more details. April 7th, Apache Jackrabbit 2. April 6th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. Branch, tags and releases will still be available for future references, but will not show up on the download page anymore.

Users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest stable maintenance branch 1. March 31th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. Users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest stable versions 1. March 26th, Apache Jackrabbit 2. Users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest stable versions 2. March 25th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. March 23th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. March 19th, Apache Jackrabbit FileVault 3. It requires Java 8 or newer.

March 6th, Apache Jackrabbit 2. February 19th, CVE Apache Jackrabbit Oak sensitive information disclosure vulnerability updated We just fixed a recently reported vulnerability in Apache Jackrabbit Oak: The optional initial password change and password expiration features are prone to a sensitive information disclosure vulnerability.

The code mandates the changed password to be passed as an additional attribute to the credentials object but does not remove it upon processing during the first phase of the authentication. In combination with additional, independent authentication mechanisms, this may lead to the new password being disclosed.

Mitigation: 1. For older maintained and affected branches 1. See OAK for more information. March 16th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. February 19th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. February 14th, Apache Jackrabbit 2. February 13th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. February 5th, CVE Apache Jackrabbit Oak sensitive information disclosure vulnerability updated We just fixed a recently reported vulnerability in Apache Jackrabbit Oak: The optional initial password change and password expiration features are prone to a sensitive information disclosure vulnerability.

February 5th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 31th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 28th, CVE Apache Jackrabbit Oak sensitive information disclosure vulnerability We just fixed a recently reported vulnerability in Apache Jackrabbit Oak: The optional initial password change and password expiration features are prone to a sensitive information disclosure vulnerability.

January 28th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 23th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 20th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 16th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 13th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1. January 7th, Apache Jackrabbit 2. Older News.

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Once you have finished hopping through this document, you should be all set to continue on your own with the official JCR specification and the documentation on this site. Hop 0: Getting started The easiest way to get started with Jackrabbit is to download the runnable Standalone Server jar. In addition to running it, you can also put it in your classpath to quickly access all the classes and interfaces you need below. Alternatively, if you use the Apache Maven build system which we recommend , you can set up your first hops project with the following dependencies. The full example application that does this is shown below, with line-by-line explanations following shortly after.

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Having just basic knowledge of the JCR specification can make decisions much more solid on platforms that use it. The larger the system that uses the JCR, the more layers of framework are put on top of the product. This means developer decisions on how to access a specific feature may be confusing or provide too many options to them. The purpose with this tutorial series is to show off the core features in a JSR compliant way hoping that knowing the standard way you will be less like to use a way that attach you to a specific product. Audience The core audience is seated in a classroom environment. Readers performing this tutorial have just finished an overview of Apache Jackrabbit and the JCR specifications and are looking for examples of how to use them. Most will be at work or seated in an place where they can read from the tutorial page and code in their own editor.

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A content repository is a hierarchical content store with support for structured and unstructured content, full text search, versioning, transactions, observation, and more. Jackrabbit Oak is a complementary implementation of the JCR specification. It is an effort to implement a scalable and performant hierarchical content repository for use as the foundation of modern world-class web sites and other demanding content applications. See the Jackrabbit Oak website for more information. See the downloads page for more details. April 7th, Apache Jackrabbit 2. April 6th, Apache Jackrabbit Oak 1.

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