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The ["nt:unstructured"] node type permits all kinds of properties and child nodes to be added to a node. It is normally used when nothing is known about the content that will be stored within a node. The [[nt:unstructured]] node type permits all kinds of properties and child nodes to be added to a node. It is normally used when nothing is known about the content that will be stored within a node.
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 * ["nt:unstructured"] is the opposite of ["nt:base"] that specifies the bare minimum of content that a node must have  * [[nt:unstructured]] is the opposite of [[nt:base]] that specifies the bare minimum of content that a node must have

Unstructured node type that allows any properties and child nodes.

Definition

[nt:unstructured] orderable
- * (UNDEFINED)
- * (UNDEFINED) multiple
+ * = nt:unstructured multiple VERSION

Description

The nt:unstructured node type permits all kinds of properties and child nodes to be added to a node. It is normally used when nothing is known about the content that will be stored within a node.

Comments and questions

nt:unstructured (last edited 2009-09-20 23:45:08 by localhost)