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Jakarta Slide

Jakarta Slide is a content management system composed of multiple modules tied together using the WebDAV protocol. It includes a content management system with a Java API, a servlet implementing the WebDAV protocol on top of the content management system, a Java WebDAV and HTTP client library, and a WebDAV command line client.

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  •  11 Nov 2001 05:03

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    16 Nov 2002 08:28 lim038

    Re: How to view the database from webfolder via Jakarta Slide
    Hi Grace,

    I have a similar problem, i.e. I have copied the .war file into Tomcat's webapp dir and don't know what to do next. Did you manage to find a solution?

    help would be apprciated.

    cheers
    michael


    > Hello:
    > I am new to Jakarta Slide.
    > Recently I downloaded Tomcat4.0 and
    > intergrate with Jakarta Slide 1.0.16 by
    > puting slide.war under
    > tomcat4.0/webapps. I downloaded the
    > source code of jakarta-slide-1.0.16 as
    > well. Now my problem is :
    > Suppose i have some data in the
    > database, how may i view it from the
    > webfolder? Yes, i know that there is a
    > config file called Domain.xml, and i do
    > change the config and URL which links to
    > my Oracle database. But what should i do
    > next? Suppose i have a simple table in
    > db, with two fields: filename and
    > filecontent, how may i view it from the
    > webfolder of windows explorer ? Any
    > feedback from you will be very
    > appreciated. I'v got serious headache on
    > this for the past weeks. :p
    >
    > grace
    >
    >


    09 Jun 2002 23:41 g6g6

    How to view the database from webfolder via Jakarta Slide
    Hello:
    I am new to Jakarta Slide. Recently I downloaded Tomcat4.0 and intergrate with Jakarta Slide 1.0.16 by puting slide.war under tomcat4.0/webapps. I downloaded the source code of jakarta-slide-1.0.16 as well. Now my problem is :
    Suppose i have some data in the database, how may i view it from the webfolder? Yes, i know that there is a config file called Domain.xml, and i do change the config and URL which links to my Oracle database. But what should i do next? Suppose i have a simple table in db, with two fields: filename and filecontent, how may i view it from the webfolder of windows explorer ? Any feedback from you will be very appreciated. I'v got serious headache on this for the past weeks. :p

    grace

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