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Encrypting Jackrabbit Configuration

When using a database-backed persistence manager or another component, you usually need to include the database password in Jackrabbit configuration. If you do not want to store such passwords in plain text inside the configuration file, you can encode the password in base64 and prefix it with {base64}.. Jackrabbit will automatically decode such a password before passing it to the underlying database.

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