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From J Kuijpers <japq...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: getting the latest version of a checkedout node
Date Fri, 08 Sep 2006 07:08:03 GMT

I am sorry. I didn't realize I was reading the dev list when I was posting
this. Will keep it in mind next time.

I had already tried your approach with multiple workspaces. The problem with
that is, I don't want a workspace for every user, since there might be a lot
of users. So I tried to create a workspace just for the checkedout nodes.
Kind of temporary store. But I use a lot of reference properties in my
nodes, so I couldn't just clone the nodes to the temp. workspace since then
the references are missing. Cross-workspace references aren't possible

So this option isn't working out for me either.


David Nuescheler wrote:
> Hi J,
> I think that your explanations point into the direction of multiple
> workspaces. If user A has a workspace A that user can make
> modifications in his workspace without user B in workspace B
> can see the changes. As soon as user A checks something
> into the version store user B can check it out and look at it
> using merge() or update().
> Does that suit your use case?
> regards,
> david

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