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From JavaJ <ponfa...@yahoo.com>
Subject Checking out a node
Date Fri, 25 Aug 2006 22:37:28 GMT

So according to the javadoc, when you check out a node using Node.checkout(),
the isCheckedOut property of that node changes to "true" and all of its
non-versionable child nodes become writeable.  These changes are persisted
immediately.  I assume this means that the changes are propagated across all
sessions.

So:

- UserA retrieves NodeA and immediately checks it out, starts modifying
it...
- Before UserA checks in NodeA, UserB retrieves NodeA
- Can UserB start changing NodeA even though he didn't check it out himself? 
If so, can he save or check in the changes?  What happens if he saves the
changes before UserA checks in his changes?

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