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From saurav gangulyy <vijay_makh...@yahoo.com>
Subject Issue with versioning of cloned nodes
Date Fri, 09 May 2008 07:04:25 GMT

I clone a versionable node1 into workspace2 from workspace1, with base
version 1.0. And I checkout and checkin node1 in workspace1, and I checkout
and checkin node1 in workspace2. Base Version in both workspaces should be
same(1.1) but version in workspace1 is 1.1, and in workspace2 is 1.1.1. What
is the reason for this unexpected behaviour? And what is the way to maintain
version consistency in two workspaces?(We have to checkout and checkin both
workspaces seperately, we can't use node.update()) .

Thanks and regards,
Vijay Makhija

David Nuescheler wrote:
> Hi Harvey,
>> So an 'audit log' would be a good reason to setup a new workspace. We're
>> thinking here that the audit log is a different perspective (or perhaps
>> aspect) of the node in the main 'data workspace'.
> I don't think that generally speaking an audit log for a "main data"
> workspace
> would benefit from an individual workspace. Segmenting by "content type"
> generally is not a good usecase for workspaces.
> "Corresponding nodes" (as specified in the JCR spec) are essentially
> nodes with the same UUID in different workspaces, not nodes that
> are related to each other.
> I would not expect any "corresponding nodes" in an audit log, but may
> I am overlooking something here.
> Personally, I would recommend to have a "/myapp/auditlog" node in the
> "main data"
> workspace to record all the information there.
>> Is it possible to get a session to write to two workspaces within a
>> transaction, surely this must be possible as versioning occurs within a
>> transaction ?
> Versioning is a little bit different since it is handled inside the
> repository.
> It would be possible to have two sessions, and enroll both into the
> same XA transaction. However, for the audit log application I would really
> recommend to keep it simple and store the information in the same
> workspace unless there is a good reason not to do that.
> regards,
> david

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