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Documentum 6.5 Content Management Foundations by Pawan Kumar

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Content persistence

We have seen so far how metadata is persisted but it is not obvious how content is persisted and associated with its metadata. All sysobjects (objects of type dm_sysobject and its subtypes) other than folders (objects of type dm_folder and its subtypes) can have associated content. In Chapter 2, Working with Content we saw that a document can have content in the form of renditions as well as in primary format. How are these content files associated with a sysobject? In other words, how does Content Server know what metadata is associated with a content file? How does it know that one content file is a rendition of another one? Content Server manages content files using content objects, which (indirectly) point to the physical ...

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