In this article, the authors take a close look at the JSR, what it has to offer and what’s in it for the developer, the CIO, the systems integrator, the web editor and the vendor.
"JSR-170 promises the Java world, and possibly beyond, a unified API that allows accessing any compliant repository in a vendor- or implementation-neutral fashion, leading to the kind of clean separation of concerns that characterizes modern IT architectures. Some people call JSR-170 the "JDBC of Content Repositories."
"The JSR-170 API defines how an application and a content repository interact with respect to a number of content services."
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