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Running Jackrabbit

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Running Jackrabbit

Apache Jackrabbit is the reference implementation for the Java Content Repository (JCR) standard. jackalope-jackrabbit implements PHPCR on top of the Jackrabbit remoting capabilities.

Get the latest Apache Jackrabbit version from the project's official download page. Place it in a folder where you want it to create the repository fields and start is with:

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$ java -jar jackrabbit-standalone-*.jar

By default the server is listening on the 8080 port, you can change this by specifying the port on the command line:

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$ java -jar jackrabbit-standalone-*.jar --port 8888

For unix systems, you can get the start-stop script for /etc/init.d here.

More information about running a Jackrabbit server can be found on the Jackalope wiki.

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