dm_notes: Documentum Notes

October 15, 2007

How to find if a document is a Virtual Document?

Filed under: dfc, notes, vdm, virtual document — Tags: , , , — Raj V @ 1:01 pm

A document is said to be a virtual document, if the value “r_is_virtual_doc” attribute is set to “1”.
If the value is set to “0” then it is not a virtual document unless “r_link_cnt” attribute of the object is greater than “1” and the object is not of type “dm_folder” or “dm_cabinet”.

If r_link_cnt is > 0 the object is a virtual document or a folder/cabinet.
“r_link_cnt” will never have a value of 1, because the parent of the virtual document is also considered a child. So if you add one component, r_link_cnt=2. If you add a second component, r_link_cnt=3, and so on.”r_link_cnt” attribute applies to dm_folder/dm_cabinet, indicating how many objects are linked to this folder.


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