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Re: UU: User state

Of course it's going to be in database. I'm wondering about C++
side of things. Although I'm leaning towards having it in there as well.

Alexey Parshin wrote:
> A linking (proxy) object makes more sense to me. It's easy to
> implement and handle it within database.
> 2006/9/13, Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh < ilya@total-knowledge.com
> <mailto:ilya@total-knowledge.com>>:
>     OK. I need thoughts on this subject.
>     User within UU has certain state in relation to each object he is
>     working on.
>     For example:
>     Student is solving a problem. Student is reading topic explanations.
>     Course author is writing something.
>     There are two ways to organize this in our data model:
>     1. Make model classes directly include this information. Thus we
>     will create
>     A separate object for each user as they appear.
>     2. Organize things in a manner that's closer to what is in database:
>     There is a user object. There is a content object. Then there is a
>     linking
>     object that binds them, and keeps user's state.
>     Any pros and cons to each of approaches any of you sees?
>     Any other ways to organize this?
>     --
>     Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
>     Total Knowledge. CTO
>     http://www.total-knowledge.com <http://www.total-knowledge.com>
> -- 
> Alexey Parshin,
> http://www.sptk.net 

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