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From dhartford <dhartf...@ghsinc.com>
Subject Re: DM Rule #3: Workspaces are for corresponding nodes.
Date Fri, 27 Jul 2007 12:02:02 GMT

I have a question (based on ignorance) of Workspaces.  When you say they are
a boundary for references and query, is the intent that you can not
cross-query multiple workspaces?

My original thought for one scenario is for Records Management, and having a
workspace on a per-year basis (making it easy for repository backup).  But,
still need to support query across all years/workspace.

Is this a valid scenario for utilizing workspaces?

David Nuescheler wrote:
> Workspaces are the boundary for references and query.
> Examples:
> ---
> Use workspaces for things like:
> - v1.2 of your project vs. a v1.3 of your project
> - a "development", "qa" and a "published" state of content
> - completely separated applications that should probably run on
> separate repositories to begin with ;)
> Do not use workspaces for things like:
> - user home directories
> - distinct content for different target audiences like public,
> private, local, ...
> - mail-inboxes for different users

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