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IBM Workplace programming model overview

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This article describes the IBM Workplace programming model, an extension of the J2EE and Eclipse programming models. It presents the framework and theory behind the model; future releases will realize the concepts in their entirety.
Everything a user works with is assumed to be content in one form or another. The IBM Workplace platform provides a framework for users to work with (and collaborate around) composite content. By our definition, content can be a document library, a Domino database, a mail message, an instant messaging transcript, a Microsoft Word document, a news item, a WebSphere Portal page, and so on.

Every instance of content has some core metadata properties...
 read more | mail this link | score:4657 | -solrac, January 31, 2006
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