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From paksegu <paks...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: architecture/design of content-centric applications
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2008 12:40:50 GMT
other than database storing data on relation of rows and columns, jcr does that in a hierarchy
of nodes and properties, look at as a branch with leaves, OCM is an abstraction that maps
java classes in nodes and properties, whereas this mappings can one to many associations as
in collection

Ransford Segu-Baffoe

paksegu@yahoo.com

https://serenade.dev.java.net/
http://www.noqturnalmediasystems.com/

--- On Tue, 6/3/08, Florian Holeczek &lt;florian@holeczek.de&gt; wrote:

From: Florian Holeczek &lt;florian@holeczek.de&gt;
Subject: Re: architecture/design of content-centric applications
To: "paksegu" &lt;users@jackrabbit.apache.org&gt;
Date: Tuesday, June 3, 2008, 2:57 AM

I'm trying to find out whether (and how) e.g. a relational data layer
differs from a JCR data layer.

Regards,
 Florian

Ursprüngliche Nachricht vom 03.06.2008 um 05:34:
&gt; The design of your application depends on your business and user
&gt; requirements, and this as&amp;nbsp; will follow application design
&gt; methodology based on&amp;nbsp;goals, want are you trying to solve?
&gt; &amp;nbsp;
&gt; &amp;nbsp;
&gt; &amp;nbsp;

&gt; Ransford Segu-Baffoe

&gt; paksegu@yahoo.com

&gt; https://serenade.dev.java.net/
&gt; http://www.noqturnalmediasystems.com/


      
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