Re: access on items in a cluster

2019-10-30 Thread Diego Boscá
Hi Georg, Seems like you want to validate paths vs the RM. This is doable but probably is easier to use archetypes for that (as every valid archetype path is also a valid rm path). Is there a reason for not using the archetypes? I assume your AQL queries are based on some OPT your system should

Re: access on items in a cluster

2019-10-30 Thread Thomas Beale
Hi Georg, ITEM is an abstract type. The hierarchy pattern of ITEM / CLUSTER / ELEMENT is one of the most common in class modelling. - thomas On 30/10/2019 09:26, Georg Fette wrote:

Re: access on items in a cluster

2019-10-30 Thread Seref Arikan
Hi Georg, See inline On Wed, Oct 30, 2019 at 12:26 PM Georg Fette wrote: > Hello, > I would like to typecheck AQL queries and have some problems doing that: > The items in a CLUSTER are of type ITEM. If I access > myCluster/items[at0001]/value, is there any possibility to type-check > the

access on items in a cluster

2019-10-30 Thread Georg Fette
Hello, I would like to typecheck AQL queries and have some problems doing that: The items in a CLUSTER are of type ITEM. If I access myCluster/items[at0001]/value, is there any possibility to type-check the validity of this path without having the concrete archetype definition at hand? Just