> I think it will be not practical to locate applications under /db/system because then we will be mixing code with configuration data.

I totally agree with this point.  We should note require a user to backup program files (C:/Program Files) when all they want to backup is their configuration data.

I like the /db/XXX/apps approach since we can build highly-modular apps that will have a plugin architecture.

- Dan

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 9:33 AM, Thomas White <thomas.0007@gmail.com> wrote:
I think the web admin application should be able to run from both fs or db without additional configuration other then just importing the code into the db. I event think this should be feature of the application - to copy itself from fs into the db or out of the db into the fs.
The user of the application will choose which instance to use.
 
We can have an identical directory/collection structure something like:
 
fs:     ...webapp/admin/{application-name}     
db:   /db/admin/{application-name}
 
I think it will be not practical to locate applications under /db/system because then we will be mixing code with configuration data.
 
Adam, connecting to a remote server is an essential feature. Can we do this only by using XQueries or we will need same extra JAVA code?
Thomas


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2009/11/17 Evgeny Gazdovsky <gazdovsky@gmail.com>

what about different admin apps in fs or db, which can connect to any
db like admin client panel?
So not reason to copy this apps from one db to another and update them
in all db when new versions are released.

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