[Hippo-cms7-user] Derived Data
nvankampenhout at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Dec 7 15:58:33 CET 2009
Berry van Halderen-2 wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 3:18 PM, nvankampenhout
> <nvankampenhout at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> Is there a nice way to temporarily disable derived data functions when
>> importing documents?
>> The documents to be imported already contain values that I don't want to
>> overwritten by the derived data functions.
> The whole idea is that derived data are real mathematical functions
> and the content in the repository always matches the result of the
> functions. In that sense they differ from the extractors of CMS 6.
> This has been deliberate to avoid former issues around this subject.
> The derived data is (apart from the exact configuration) part of the
> usable API, maybe there is a use case we haven't covered? Otherwise I
> don't see why you want to avoid computing when importing. If the
> function provides the proper output, why is this different from any
> content (which you may omit) from the imported content?
I am using (or abusing?) derived data functions to save a creation date and
a last modification date, since the repository does not provide these
Is there another (better) way to do this?
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