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From alartin <alar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to start thinking in JCR
Date Fri, 23 Mar 2007 09:52:32 GMT

Hi Nunny,

I think the first step is domain modelling, let others understand what you
want and which aspects you are most concerned about. The second step is
object cotent mapping(OCM), that is to say, how to present your domain
entities in a hierarchical structure as nodes and properties. Meanwhile, you
should think about node type definition.
I am starting a demo called "Ikkyu" from scratch with helps from Jukka and
other experts. So, please give your blog demo proposal here and let us
discuss about it.

Nunny wrote:
>          I'm planning to do a jackrabbit-jcr-demo in the Google Summer of
> Code and one of the important deliverable of it would be the
> documentation.
> My plain is to raise questions and have discussions through out the
> project
> and grab the expertise of all the well experienced jackrabbit programmers
> in
> the mailing list and put it in to a documentation in a structured way so
> that a new comer won't have to go through all the mail archives to find
> the
> information.
>         So I thought of starting from the very beginning. Say if we are
> using a relational database, we can model our data in business and their
> relationships in an ER or an EER diagram then convert in to relations and
> normalize them.  When we are using JCR what is the best approach for
> content
> modeling? How should one start content modeling? I should thank Xin and
> other developers for his discussion on content modeling, it is really
> beneficial to me too and I am learning lot of basic things from that
> discussion. I am following that discussion very carefully to learn things.
> But here I raised the question again to get a more general answer at a
> more
> basic level.
>         I would really thankful if all the expert jackrabbit users can
> contribute so that I will be able to document all the important points you
> have gained through experience and it will be very useful to a new
> jackrabbit programmer.
> Thank you in advance
> Nandana

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