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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "LifeCache" by DonaldMcLean
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2006 02:45:36 GMT
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The following page has been changed by DonaldMcLean:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/LifeCache

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  need to?
  
  = LifeCache design =
- [[Anchor(LifeCacheDesign)]]
+ [[Anchor(DesignNotes)]]
  
  To make LifeCache as flexible as possible, it will be necessary to throw out many of the
standard assumptions that underlie this kind of software.
  
@@ -76, +76 @@

      * Numeric (integer, double, etc)
      * Enumerations
  
+ So, for example, an email would be:
+ 
+     1. A character data component.
+     2. An ordered list of properties (the header)
+     3. An ordered list of data components (attachments)
+ 
+ = User Stories =
+ [[Anchor(UserStories)]]
+ 
+ I'm more of an agile kind of person these days so we'll have some user stories that give
the functionality that we want our software to have. Feel free to add your own or add comments
to others but don't delete or modify anything that you didn't add.
+ 
+ == Import a text file ==
+ I have a collection of text files from various sources that I want to organize.
+ 
+ Design/implementation comments:
+ 
+ What we'll end up with is an information object consisting of:
+ 
+     1. A character data object
+     2. An unordered list of properties (the file properties supplied by the file system)
+ 
+ == Group information objects ==
+ Some of the text files are chapters of a "book" so I'll want to be able to create an ordered
list of information objects that belong to a parent object.
+ 
+ == Add custom properties ==
+ Once I have my text files imported (and possibly grouped), I'm going to want to add custom
properties to them such as an official title and author.
+ 

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