Martijn Jacobs wrote at 2005-11-29 01:02 +0100:
>All those products are different 'types', with different functionality
>and different 'roles' as what they represent, so I write different
>products for every type. For every object that can contain subobjects
>you could derive it from 'Folder' (or Object Manager). But when you
>derive all these product types from 'Folder' you end up with ALOT of
>objects in your database.
It that a problem? It might become one once you get millions of objects...
Usually, I would expect that most objects come from you leaves and
not from the classification structure...
>In a lot of real world cases you have categories and items, that makes
>things easy, but what about the structure explained above?
I would use "ObjectManager"s to implement the classification
structure and "SimpleItem"s for the leaves.
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