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From Eric MacAdie <e...@MacAdie.net>
Subject Re: API for managing (create, disable, delete) User accounts in James?
Date Wed, 13 May 2009 20:04:52 GMT
For the time being, I would say just change users in the database. That 
may not be optimal, but I like that much better than using the Remote 

Eric MacAdie

eagle007 wrote:
> Hi:
> Would you know the jars in which the classes listed below are packaged in?
> org.apache.james.remotemanager.* 
> org.apache.james.services.UsersRepository
> org.apache.james.core.LocalUsersRepository
> org.apache.james.userrepository.*
> RemoteManager source is included with the James source. But is the
> RemoteManager packaged for distribution along with James server or
> separately from James Server? If separate, where is the download? 
> Can the RemoteManager run in a seperate VM than James Server? 
> Is there a list of dependency jars for running the RemoteManager?
> BJ-6 wrote:
>> there is a very basic command line interface using the RemoteManager.
>> if you look at the code in remotemanager you can extend it.
>> contributions would be considered a plus.
>> eagle007 sent the following on 5/7/2009 7:52 PM:
>>> Hi
>>> I need to manage the user accounts in James from a business component
>>> that
>>> is linked to a process flow.
>>> Is there any API for managing (create, disable, delete) User accounts in
>>> James? 
>>> I would prefer an API exposed as (in the order of preference)
>>>     a) Web Service (SOAP/XML-RPC etc) or via EJB (Corba/RMI)
>>>     c) Java Interface
>>>     d) any other way

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