If any of you have a grandmother, then you surely know what it's like to have thousands of pictures, and no way to find one to embarass your dad with. I used to go to my grandmother's house and look at pictures. She has piles and piles of photo albums, which have a great representation of family history and all that...but the real challenge is in finding a given picture. I no longer have that problem. If I want to find a picture of my Dad in first grade, it's just a simple query, optionally including a start date, stop date, and other types of limiting qualifiers.
Check out the demo to see how this type of thing could benefit you.
admin(password admin), and there's an additional user
demouser(password demouser). The database is refreshed nightly (between 0200 and 0300 Pacific Time), so don't expect anything you do there to last long.
This demo allows you to play around with admin mode in a way that can't cause any permanent destruction.
The architecture of the photoservlet allows you to distribute pieces of the photo album on different machines and/or processes. The following pieces can be run independently:
Up-to-date javadocs can always be found here.
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