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The life of an eZ object

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Josh Bair

Member since:
06 June 2008

Posts: 7

Tuesday 14 July 2009 8:57:38 pm

The books (http://ez.no/store/books) and technical documentation cover this, but we need a developer perspective.

What about an article about creating an example object and showing where information about it is dispersed in the system and how other parts of the system interface with it.

Possible areas of focus:
- When an object is requested.
- When/how the object is cached and what parts are cached.
- When search index information is updated and what triggers it.
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André R

Member since:
20 August 2005

Posts: 171

Monday 20 July 2009 9:13:30 am

So your talking about the life of the php eZ Object when it is requested?
Or also its life in the database from publish, request, translated, trashed/archived and deleted?

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ar

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Josh Bair

Member since:
06 June 2008

Posts: 7

Wednesday 22 July 2009 10:14:10 pm

André, yes. An object's storage and the methods that act upon it are require a fair amount of digging. Maybe its specific locations in the database tables aren't important for an article like this since they are encapsulated by the methods.
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