AOM 1.4 - Archetype.uid a UUID or OID?
bert.verhees at rosa.nl
Fri Jun 16 16:13:44 EDT 2017
On 16-06-17 21:12, Thomas Beale wrote:
> It's not correct to say that HIER_OBJECT_ID can represent anything. It
> can represent ids that are made of a UID root (either a UUID or OID or
> domain name or reverse domain name) and a String extension. While the
> String part could be abused, it isn't in properly built software. As
> can be seen in the model
> there quite a few other identifier types as well.
UID can also be INTERNET_ID, and the "extension" and double colon are
not required, so the HIER_OBJECT_ID cannot represent anything, but it is
Of course it is a matter of taste, maybe there are good arguments to
make the archetype.uid available for so many ID-types.
> You are right about the error you mention however, we need to fix the
> documentation for that.
Thanks, that helps me.
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