Data contained in user documents
A TEXTML user document can contain various kinds of data. Some kinds are always present. Others are optional.
Data encoded in either:
|Properties||Examples: the document’s name, date created, date modified, size in bytes, and so on. Properties are automatically set by TEXTML Server when a document is added or modified.||N/A|
|Name||A document’s name is its unique identifier. It is stored as a property of the document.||No|
|Custom properties||Application-specific metadata about the document, e.g., workflow status, approval dates, and so on. Must be coded in XML.||Yes|
|Indexed content||Application-specific data which must be coded in XML. If present, a document’s indexed content will be indexed in place of the document’s content.||Yes|
If the document base permits versioning of its documents: