This document elaborates how to use CRX (Content Repository eXtreme) and its integration with FrameMaker 10 using FDK (FrameMaker Development Kit).
CRX is a state-of-the-art composite content applications platform, natively managing content in the Java Content Repository (JCR 2.0) content model. CRX is highly scalable and can easily be deployed in the cloud. This document shows how to use CRX standalone and how to create Java project and integrate CRX with FrameMaker 10 using FDK 10.
CRXDE (CRX Development Environment) is a web-based light application for working with CRX. Various operations like Checkout, Checkin, file/folder creation or deletion etc. are few operations available. Following demo shows how to create a folder, a file and how to edit this file in CRXDE Lite itself.
Configure RMI to connect to CRX using follwing steps:
The RMI port for registering the repository in the RMI Registry.
If equals 0, the default port is used. Omit this parameter to
disable RMI server entirely.
Content Repository for Java Technology API Version 2.0 specification - also known as JCR 2.0. This programming interface - defined by the ECM industry - provides developers with a stable and well-defined, yet extensible content and query model. Following demo shows how to create a CRX session and display all nodes of repository as a Java Project: