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XWiki Model 2.0

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Last modified by Vincent Massol on 2020/02/21
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) further introduces the concept of shareable nodes which allows multiple paths of access to a node
the concept of journaled listeners which can ask the repository to re-play all events after a certain
. JSR283 hence introduces the (optional) concept of shareable nodes. This allows implementing multiple
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://whiteboardjunkie.wordpress.com/2008/11/24/where-am-i-using-jcr-and-why/] * JSR 283 (JCR 2.0) further introduces the concept
navigations through content * JSR 283 further introduces the concept of journaled listeners which can ask
) concept of shareable nodes. This allows implementing multiple URIs for a given model object

Selecting a tool for managing Localization

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Last modified by Vincent Massol on 2008/10/31
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volumes of data. Currently the concept is ongoing translation. Reimport of the main language (english
translation application. The concept seems to work by application version. We need to verity
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concurrent access and faster handling of big volumes of data. Currently the concept is ongoing translation
on launchpad.net there is a quite extensively developed translation application. The concept seems to work

Convert all existing tests to the latest technologies

Last modified by Vincent Massol on 2022/02/25
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profile : * Java proficiency * Familiar with unit testing concepts and best practices * Familiar with functional testing concepts and best practices ** Experience with Selenium and the [[Page Objects>>url:https://code.google.com/p/selenium/wiki/PageObjects]] pattern is preferred * Familiar with web technologies: HTML/CSS

Building XWiki from sources

Last modified by Vincent Massol on 2022/11/30
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that are independent of the concept of wikis, this makes it very easy for everyone to use them in their own projects
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