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From "Alexandre Martins" <alexandremart...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Full-text Search in several workspaces
Date Mon, 26 Mar 2007 12:12:44 GMT
Hi David,

Thanks for your answer.
My problem is:
Imagine that each workspace has stored top secret informations, as example,
one workspace stores "Sansung" files and other workspace stores "Motorolla"
files. Unfortunately, I canĀ“t put these files in a unique workspace.
But imagine that some users can access all workspaces (CEO as example),
then, how can I make a search that return the results from all workspaces?
After this, sorting by jcr:score (relevancy)...

its my content model,

Someone can help me?


Alexandre Martins

2007/3/26, David Nuescheler <david.nuescheler@gmail.com>:
> hi alexandre,
> personally i would even go as far as saying that since the scope
> of search is limited by definition to a "workspace" i would try to
> avoid searching multiple workspaces.
> usually, if you need to search multiple (or even "many") workspaces
> it is an indication that the "workspace" metaphor was used in a
> suboptimal way in the content model.
> i would much rather try to aggregate the information that
> needs to be searched (possibly virtually) in a single workspace
> that represents the scope of your search.
> or is there a reason against that?
> maybe you could explain your content/data model and
> the reasoning to split things into different workspaces.
> since "content modelling" with jcr is fairly new for everybody
> i think it would be interesting to share usecases and discuss them.
> regards,
> david

Alexandre Costa Martins
CESAR - Recife Center for Advanced Studies and Systems
Software Engineer and Software Reuse Researcher
MSc Candidate at Federal University of Pernambuco
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