The content store is a file system that you can access through a WebDAV-like client. For example, using Windows, you can access the content store by creating a new network place and mapping a drive to the Mashup Center server. After you access the content store on the server, you can use a Web design application such as Dreamweaver to manipulate the resource files and save the changes directly to the content store – all without having to redeploy a WAR package.
When Mashup Center is configured to use file-based persistence, the content store on the file system is backed up by the physical file system. In your file system, the root of the content store is located in the following location in your Mashup Center installation root:
In this case, when using a WebDAV-like URL to access the content store, the URL would be mum/mycontenthandler/mm/dav/filestorpublic/.
Note: Although WebDAV is not completely supported in this release, you may be able to access the content using a WebDAV URL such as http:host:port/contextroot/contenthandler/mm/dav/filestorpublic/. Note that this URL must support double slashes as well as BASIC authentication over HTTP or HTTPS.