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From François Cassistat...@maya-systems.com>
Subject Re: David's Model question : nt:unstructured and SNS
Date Mon, 16 Nov 2009 19:44:05 GMT
Sure ! :)

I think JCR is a great fit-all standard. And OCM can be a great RAD  
tool (and this is why I started trying JackRabbit instead of SQL  
databases). So let's use whatever best fits our needs.

But what's great with David's model is that, in its current form, it  
seems to apply well to both cases.


Le 09-11-16 à 14:17, Bertrand Delacretaz a écrit :

> 2009/11/16 François Cassistat <f@maya-systems.com>:
>> ...I see this from a RAD and object database perspective.
>> OCM provides a sort of CRUD interface on objects. Defining an  
>> object is
>> simple and fast, then you specify the location and begin using it.  
>> No need
>> to worry about structures and everything. Maybe OCM have  
>> limitations and is
>> not optimal, but software is written fast and easier to be changed.  
>> This is
>> perfect for iterative development where changes are likely to be  
>> asked...
> Thanks for sharing your point of view, and if that works for you we
> shouldn't say you're doing the wrong thing!
> I'm coming from a content management point of view where JCR fits very
> nicely in the picture as is, with (IMHO) no need for extra layers. But
> your example shows that depending on your environment and goals,
> there's space for OCM.
> -Bertrand

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