Uses of Package
org.apache.jackrabbit.core.persistence.db

Packages that use org.apache.jackrabbit.core.persistence.db
org.apache.jackrabbit.core.persistence.db This package contains the class SimpleDbPersistenceManager, a simple generic JDBC-based PersistenceManager for Jackrabbit. 
org.apache.jackrabbit.core.state.db   
 

Classes in org.apache.jackrabbit.core.persistence.db used by org.apache.jackrabbit.core.persistence.db
DatabasePersistenceManager
          Abstract base class for database persistence managers.
SimpleDbPersistenceManager
          SimpleDbPersistenceManager is a generic JDBC-based PersistenceManager for Jackrabbit that persists ItemState and NodeReferences objects using a simple custom binary serialization format (see Serializer) and a very basic non-normalized database schema (in essence tables with one 'key' and one 'data' column).
 

Classes in org.apache.jackrabbit.core.persistence.db used by org.apache.jackrabbit.core.state.db
DatabasePersistenceManager
          Abstract base class for database persistence managers.
DerbyPersistenceManager
          DerbyPersistenceManager is a JDBC-based PersistenceManager for Jackrabbit that persists ItemState and NodeReferences objects in an embedded or standalone Derby database using a simple custom serialization format and a very basic non-normalized database schema (in essence tables with one 'key' and one 'data' column).
JNDIDatabasePersistenceManager
          Database persistence manager that uses JNDI to acquire the database connection.
OraclePersistenceManager
          OraclePersistenceManager is a JDBC-based PersistenceManager for Jackrabbit that persists ItemState and NodeReferences objects in Oracle database using a simple custom serialization format and a very basic non-normalized database schema (in essence tables with one 'key' and one 'data' column).
SimpleDbPersistenceManager
          SimpleDbPersistenceManager is a generic JDBC-based PersistenceManager for Jackrabbit that persists ItemState and NodeReferences objects using a simple custom binary serialization format (see Serializer) and a very basic non-normalized database schema (in essence tables with one 'key' and one 'data' column).
 



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