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From David Nuescheler <david.nuesche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Domains and users
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 18:22:25 GMT
> > How about domains? Let's assume I have an enterprise with lots of
> > divisions. Would I create a new workspace for every division or
> > seperate them in different node branches like
> > "/domains/enterprise_xy/a/content/...",
> > "/domains/enterprise_xy/b/content/..."?
> probably the latter...depends what you want to do

hmmm... i would stress that it depends how 
much the divisions or domains should be aware 
of each other. 

keeping everything in one ws is obviously the 
closest you can have the different business
units together, which makes a lot of sense if they 
should for example refer to each other by path.

in some cases it might even make sense to
have different repository instances for a & b
in case they should not share anything, or
just content that is replicated between repositories.

of course everything between like having a repo 
or ws per domain or per enterprise may make 
sense too.

in my experience i would say, there is not
going to be a right and or wrong.


standardize your content-repository !
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