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Re: DB structure: Dialog of Texts (DoT)

Anatoly Volynets wrote:
> Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh wrote:
>> What I mean is that single text within DoT may not actually be
>> separable.
>> I.E. one cannot reference separate text,
> Probably, although I am not sure. Say, someone found an ancient
> manuscript, which exists as a single copy at the moment, and included
> excerpts of it in a DoT...
> ...Actually, if we accept a separate UMO - text (as Sergey proposes),
> then every text from DoT automatically gets in the Repository and can
> be referenced as such.
Don't let similarity of names fool you. Text in DoT is complex object.
> ...Also, it can be referenced as DoT, number such and such (meaning
> this particular text in the DoT), similarly to casual reference to a
> scientific article included in a collection.
It can be mentioned. Maybe. Don't know if one can reference it in
database sense though.
>>  and thus there is no need to have
>> separate ACL. Access to whole dialog object applies to separate pieces
>> of it as well.
> see above the possible way
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