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The ["nt:folder"] node type represents a structured collection of nodes. It is closely related to the directory or folder concept found in many file systems and is the node type that is normally used when mapping file system directories to a content repository. The [[nt:folder]] node type represents a structured collection of nodes. It is closely related to the directory or folder concept found in many file systems and is the node type that is normally used when mapping file system directories to a content repository.
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 * ["nt:folder"] is a ["nt:hierarchyNode"] subtype
 * The declared child nodes of an ["nt:folder"] node are ["nt:hierarchyNode"]s
 * ["nt:file"]s are commonly found as ["nt:folder"] child nodes
 * [[nt:folder]] is a [[nt:hierarchyNode]] subtype
 * The declared child nodes of an [[nt:folder]] node are [[nt:hierarchyNode]]s
 * [[nt:file]]s are commonly found as [[nt:folder]] child nodes

A structured collection of nodes.

Definition

[nt:folder] > nt:hierarchyNode
+ * (nt:hierarchyNode) VERSION

Description

The nt:folder node type represents a structured collection of nodes. It is closely related to the directory or folder concept found in many file systems and is the node type that is normally used when mapping file system directories to a content repository.

Comments and questions

nt:folder (last edited 2009-09-20 23:45:06 by localhost)