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IBM Workplace programming model overview


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...
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