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From Gary Long <gary.l...@gmx.fr>
Subject Re: question about nt:folder
Date Wed, 09 Sep 2009 16:36:50 GMT

> I guess you mean nt:file instead of nt:folder. An nt:folder is
> supposed to contain nt:files - it is only allowed to have child nodes
> of type nt:hierarchyNode, ie. nt:folder and nt:file [2]. To add more
> unstructured data to a folder, you can add a mixin that introduces
> other properties and/or child nodes.

Thank you :)

This mixin type feature is interesting but i don't understand how it works :
How could I add a mixin type to my nt:folder node and then add other nodes
with different nodetypes?

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