Thank you, Philip.

FWIW, I agree with Caroline's suggestions.  If these can't belong to
multiple categories simultaneously then I would go for the ones where
they are strongest/most used and then reference them from the others.
I would also choose the same categories as Caroline.

Regards, Graham.

On 21 Apr, 10:34, Caroline Maynard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Philip Olson wrote:
> > Hello all-
>
> > Just wanted to inform this list that the PHP Manual has received an
> > overhaul lately and this includes the sdo documentation. You'll notice
> > the content has been split into various book related categories, and
> > there is room for more too! Like a faq.xml and/or tutorials.xml and/or
> > more per extension. If you have questions or concerns please express
> > them now. All references (like sca/, sdo/, sdo_das_xml/ and sdodasrel)
> > have been updated.
>
> > The changes are online:
> >  *http://php.net/manual/en/book.sca.php
> >  *http://php.net/manual/en/book.sdo.php
> >  *http://php.net/manual/en/book.sdo-das-xml.php
> >  *http://php.net/manual/en/book.sdodasrel.php
>
> > Regards,
> > Philip
>
> Philip, thanks for keeping us up to date.
>
> I'm not keen on the categories that the SCA_SDO components have been
> placed in, which are:
>
>     SDO: Database Extensions / Abstraction Layers
>     SDO_DAS_XML: XML manipulation
>     SDO_DAS_REL: Database Extensions / Abstraction Layers
>     SCA: XML manipulation
>
> This isn't easy, and we debated the question when we had to choose a
> category for the PECL project, but the one we ended up with there was
> "Web Services". I still think that would be the right category in the
> docs too, so I would move SCA there.
>
> Although this is probably not explicit in the documentation, the SDO XML
> DAS is really a core function of SDO, unlike the Relational DAS which is
>   truly optional. Moreover a lot more people are using SDO for XML than
> for database. So I would move SDO to the "XML manipulation" section.
>
> Since the Relational DAS makes no sense without the SDO core, I might be
> inclined to move that too, so that all the SDO elements are grouped
> together, with a "See also" under "Database Extensions / Abstraction
> Layers", but I'm not sure.
>
> Any other opinions?
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