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VaultClipse is a plugin specially designed for Eclipse that gives users the possibility to directly import and export content between Day CQ and CRX repositories and Eclipse.
Now you can import all the data you need into your Eclipse IDE with the use of this handy plugin.


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VaultClipse (April-2022)

Video demo:

Eclipse Installation:

How to use VaultClipse:

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Importing and Exporting between CQ and CRX:


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The following steps explains the procedure to import content to an Eclipse instance:

To import content from CRX repository create a new CRX
repository project in Eclipse and add your repository content.
Import the CRX project into Eclipse.
In Eclipse go to File > Import > General > Existing Projects into Workspace
select the import CRX project > Accept CRX project > Save.
Now go to Eclipse > Window > Open Perspective >
Explorer > Show View Customize Perspective > Content >
Toggle Show Content and Go to CRX workspace.
Double click on a content node and import content.

For importing and exporting content you may use the following link:

The plugins have three modes to work:
A “Read Only” mode, in which the plugin does nothing
to a CRX repository,
A “Read/Write” mode, in which the plugin allows editing
and saving CRX content
A “Read/Write-Only” mode, which allows a CRX repository to be read
and edited in Eclipse, but not saved.

This plugin is developed for CRX version 6.2.0 and 6.3.0.

The plugin is for both Eclipse version Indigo and Juno.

In case you experience any issues while importing content to your CRX repository, please contact Dayforce technical support with your issue along with a screen shot of your error.Applying the role-identity model of work-life balance to the work context.
This article presents a model of work-family balance based on a model of role identity proposed by Lerner and Allen. The model consists of three dimensions that are relevant to work: role type (i.e., financial role, career role, and relational role), task-supporting or task-inhibiting dimensions, and role-taking behaviors. The authors conducted two studies to examine the implications of the model of role identity for the meaning of work for workers’ work-family balance. Results of both studies indicated that the role-identity model of work-life balance has good fit and is better than the traditional distinction between work and family roles, the dual-career couple model, and traditional dual-career couple models. These results provide a viable alternative to the dual


VaultClipse is a plug-in for Eclipse, which enables CQ5/6 users to manage content at a repository level through Eclipse.

You can import/export content from CQ5/6 repositories, from local working content stored in the repository and from WCM content stored in remote repositories.

VaultClipse Features:

Import data from CDI and Standard repositories into Eclipse (1.7 and higher version)

Import data from CQ5/6 repositories to Eclipse

Export data from Eclipse to CQ5/6 repositories

Export data from CQ5/6 repositories to Eclipse

Export data from WCM repositories to Eclipse

Export data from CQ5/6 and WCM repositories to CDI repositories

Export data from CDI repositories to CDI WCM repositories

Export WCM content to a repository

Export CQ5/6 working content to a repository

Manage WCM repositories

Manage CQ5/6 repositories

Manage CDI repositories

Create working content in a repository

This allows you to import all your data into Eclipse directly from the repository, and to export it too into the repository.
Here are some screenshots to help you get started:

Moreover, you can export from the Eclipse into a repository in two steps:

import data from repository into Eclipse

export content from Eclipse to repository

This allows you to import/export your data between the repository, and Eclipse directly.
Here are some screenshots to help you get started:

How to install:

In order to install VaultClipse, please download the zip file from the download section.

Unzip the zip file into your Eclipse install directory, and then you’ll be able to see in the dropdown list:

You need to create a new workspace to install the plugin.

VaultClipse screen-shot:

After installation you need to add the plugin to your Eclipse.

In the Eclipse open the preferences.

On the left side of the screen:

Click on the “Window”

From the list of dialogs on the left side:

Click on “Install/Update”

Select “Install/Update of plug-ins and features”, and then press “Next”

Enter “VaultClipse” in the textbox, and then press “Next

What’s New in the VaultClipse?

VaultClipse is a plugin specially designed for Eclipse that gives users the possibility to directly import and export content between Day CQ and CRX repositories and Eclipse.

The archive contains a:
– CRX repository
– CRX project exported
– Import Import wizard with integrated preview
– Export Import wizard with integrated preview
– Utility classes

See VaultClipse project (Downloads – Backup, Maven2 – pom.xml) for more details.

How to use VaultClipse:

1) Add VaultClipse to your Eclipse IDE
2) Import CRX repository
3) Install CRX project in the imported repository
4) Export CRX project

VaultClipse Versions:

Known Issues:

Please be aware of the fact, that when you import the CRX repository VaultClipse will search all the projects and generate the following, so you will have to verify that the Eclipse plugins that you use are supported and the CRX project will work fine.

See also

Day CQ
Day CQ – CRX Importer Plugin


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This paper gives an overview of the methods for estimating the probability of success when conducting a clinical trial. A review is made of the methods in general and of their practical use in terms of avoiding bias, type I error and estimation error. The process is illustrated using data from a randomized controlled trial comparing three drugs for congestive heart failure. The first part of the paper relates to the choice of target population from which to sample. The second part relates to the choice of the design of the trial, using a sample of patients treated in ordinary clinical practice. In the

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Mac OS 10.3.9 or later.
Windows XP SP2 or later.
A 2 gigabyte (2 GB) or greater hard drive.
8 MB RAM or more.
Apple QuickTime 6.2.2 or later, Windows Media Video 9, or Windows Vista
PowerPoint Viewer 9.0 or later.
Internet Explorer 5.2 or later.
Release History:
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