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Subject Re: Réf. : Re: PSML data.
Date Tue, 25 Nov 2003 19:16:32 GMT
What do you need to do to use LDAP for psml repository?  I use LDAP for 
user information and am looking into putting psml to db or ldap because it 
will simplify the deployment.

Alex




Patrick.Meyer@unilog.fr 
11/25/2003 08:50 AM
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Hi,

You need to modify the jdbc driver to avoid using the oid. See 
http://www.ingrid.org/jajakarta/turbine/en/turbine/torque/postgres-howto.html 

for more details.
I can send you the driver if you want.

I recommand you using an LDAP directory like OpenLDAP to store the users 
informations and PSML. You don't need then to use a specific driver.

Best regards,
Pat.





Nikolaos Athanasis <athanasi@ics.forth.gr>
25/11/2003 17:11
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        Pour :  David Sean Taylor <david@bluesunrise.com>
        cc :    Jetspeed Developers List <jetspeed-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
        Objet : Re: PSML data.


I agree with you: I first tried NOT to use Hypersonic DB with my jetspeed
application. I tried to use postgres instead.
However, it did not work. I followed the
installation instsructions from the jetspeed site, but it seems that are
several problems (i get a exception with something that has to do with
timestamps, every time i try to add a new user.)

I use the CVS version of (jetspeed), and the CVS of tomcat, under linux
7.3.

If someone has come to a succesfull use of postgres with jetspeed, I
would be very grateful to him if he could tell us how he did it.

Nikos.


On Tue, 25 Nov 2003, David Sean Taylor wrote:

>
> On Saturday, November 22, 2003, at 01:35  AM, nick the mytilian wrote:
>
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have built my own, with the source code of jetspeed. That is, from
> > the
> > ${JETSPEED_HOME}/built folder, i run "ant install", and jetspeed 
copied
> > the files under $TOMCAT_HOME}/webapps/jetspeed..
> >
> > My problem is that every time i shut down tomcat, all users get
> > dissapear.
> > And i cannot understand how to solve the problem:
> > Do i have to store the psml in the database, as it says in the 
jetspeed
> > site? This seems not to work.
> >
> In any production system I strongly recommend moving the database out
> of the webapp and not using the demo database: Hypersonic DB.
> Your users should not disappear when you shut down Tomcat.
> However the PSML and database will be overwritten if you redeploy your
> webapp  using "ant deploy" or "ant install"
> Be very careful with that
> Try using "ant hotdeploy" to deploy incremental changes to your webapp.
>
>
>
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