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Version 22 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 06:01

1Early draft moved to */Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell/**Workspace/philmaker/Helma in a Nutshell*

Version 21 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 06:00

1Early draft moved to *Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell**/Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell/*

Version 20 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:59

1Currently in Early draft @ moved to *Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell*

Version 19 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:58

1currently Currently in draft...draft @ *Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell*
2see wiki/Workspace/philmaker/list
3*Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell*

Version 18 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:58

3*Workspace/philmaker/Helma+in+a+Nutshell*

Version 17 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:43

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. It is intended to cover Helma 1.6. I intend to describe getting up and running with Helma very concisely and quickly. I intend to initially focus on using the internal XML database, explain how HopObjects work currently in relation to page requests and in relation to data persistence in the internal database, explain the workings of the properties files, explain conventions, etcdraft. And more. If there are areas where the documentation is already obvious or sufficient or it is a non-core feature, I may link: such as skins, macros, etc.
2see wiki/Workspace/philmaker/list
3Questions (I'm new to Helma so some of these may be misguided):
4Can each session have it's own Root object? Need more info on how session-based HopObjects work.
5If a create a custom object which needs to extend HopObject - how does that all get wired? Is it automatic? (yes?) Is it via type-properties? Only via type properties?
6In the included HopObject demo, would it be better to have the HopObject directory have some other name - to avoid confusion? Or is it necessary that it be named 'HopObject' for that demo?
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8Point out:
9intro.applications maps to intro/applications and why? Will intro/applications also map to intro/applications?
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11Notes: if you add a new HopObject to an already persisted HopObject, that new HopObject will persist automatically. However, it you update the values of a HopObject, you must call persist().
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13Code snippets: in the code snippets area, we need more basic examples.
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15Outline
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20[Basic Scaffolding]

Version 16 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:36

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. It is intended to cover Helma 1.6. I intend to describe getting up and running with Helma very concisely and quickly. I intend to initially focus on using the internal XML database, explain how HopObjects work in relation to page requests and in relation to data persistence in the internal database, explain the workings of the properties files, explain conventions, etc. And more. If there are areas where the documentation is already obvious or sufficient or it is a non-core feature, I may link: such as skins, macros, etc.

Version 15 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:31

13Code snippets: in the code snippets area, we need more basic examples.
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Version 14 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:30

11Notes: if you add a new HopObject to an already persisted HopObject, that new HopObject will perists persist automatically. However, it you update the values of a HopObject, you must call persist().

Version 13 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:29

11Notes: if you add a new HopObject to an already persisted HopObject, that new HopObject will perists automatically. However, it you update the values of a HopObject, you must call persist().
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Version 12 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:27

6In the included HopObject demo, would it be better to have the HopObject directory have some other name - to avoid confusion? Or is it necessary that it be named 'HopObject' for that demo?

Version 11 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:25

5If a create a custom object which needs to extend HopObject - how does that all get wired? Is it automatic? (yes?) Is it via type-properties? Only via type properties?

Version 10 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:24

10Outline
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Version 9 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:24

3Questions (I'm new to Helma so bear with me):some of these may be misguided):

Version 8 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:23

3Questions:Questions (I'm new to Helma so bear with me):

Version 7 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:23

5If a create a custom object which needs to extend HopObject - how does that all get wired? Is it via type-properties? Only via type properties?

Version 6 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:20

3Questions:
4Can each session have it's own Root object? Need more info on how session-based HopObjects work.
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6Point out:
7intro.applications maps to intro/applications and why? Will intro/applications also map to intro/applications?
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Version 5 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:16

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. I intend to describe getting up and running with Helma very concisely and quickly. I intend to initially focus on using the internal XML database, explain how HopObjects work in relation to page requests and in relation to data persistence in the internal database, explain the workings of the properties files, explain conventions, etc. And more. If there are areas where the documentation is already obvious or sufficient or it is a non-core feature, I may link: such as skins, macros, etc.

Version 4 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:15

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. I intend to describe getting up and running with Helma very concisely and quickly. I intend to initially focus on using the internal XML database, explain how HopObjects workwork in relation to page requests and in relation to data persistence in the internal database, explain the features workings of the properties files, explain conventions, etc. And more.

Version 3 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:12

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. I intend to describe getting up and running with Helma very concisely and quickly. I intend to initially focus on using the internal XML database, explain how hop objects HopObjects work, explain the features of the properties files, etc. And more.

Version 2 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:12

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3[Basic Scaffolding]

Version 1 by philmaker on 19. November 2007, 05:00

1Philip Weaver created this document on November 19, 2007. I intend to describe getting up and running with Helma very concisely and quickly. I intend to initially focus on using the internal XML database, explain how hop objects work, explain the features of the properties files, etc. And more.