Railroad repository provides a repository of basic standards for large Binary files. Railroad Repository provides a repository of basic standards for files.Railroad Binary Large is a repository-based standards for large binary files such as digital media and their metadata. It is designed to be easy to integrate systems of content management and other customer software.Many CMS are more appropriate for the document-type content than they are for managing large files. Managing such binary content in a CMS can lead to problems of scalability and performance deteriorates. Railroad is dedicated to the task of managing large files and metadata.Railroad can be easily integrated into the CMS, based on the open WebDAV protocol and simple HTTP messages. While uploads and downloads of files are managed entirely by rail and thus routed 'around' the application server, the authorization of persons who can upload or download is still in complete control of the CMS system using all authorization needs.Railroad it allows multiple clients (such as CMS and DAM systems) to access resources in the repository at the same time, thus keeping large data files and their metadata centrally administered and enables shared.Railroad also manages data files on the file system easier for the system administrator. Railroad takes care of sorting the files of a different type in separate directories. If a system administrator determines a file type is taking much space, it is easy to move out of this information on another, larger, partition. It is also possible to run multiple repositories in one case, Apache, or on different machines, but using the same database.