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ramprasad
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Documentation on Aspects

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Is there a place where I can get descriptions of OOTB Aspects? I found definitions in the 5.2 documentation for only a few. There are aspects like Permissionable, Partable, etc that are not present in that section. Looked at the contentModel.xml file as well but the descriptions are not there. Is there any other location where I can find this?

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afaust
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Re: Documentation on Aspects

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AFAIK there are no "more detailed" descriptions of most aspects. Some of the aspects in the contentModel.xml are related to features the old Explorer UI had, which are no longer available after its removal. Some are used as internals for functionalities, e.g. like rating. And then a large sub-set is mainly there as generic, sample model elements which are not tied to any functionality and could be used just as simple, semantic models, e.g. "Summarisable" which only adds a single property to hold a summary text for a specific content item.

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muralidharand
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Re: Documentation on Aspects

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Can you please share the documentation link?

afaust
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Re: Documentation on Aspects

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AFAIK there are no "more detailed" descriptions of most aspects. Some of the aspects in the contentModel.xml are related to features the old Explorer UI had, which are no longer available after its removal. Some are used as internals for functionalities, e.g. like rating. And then a large sub-set is mainly there as generic, sample model elements which are not tied to any functionality and could be used just as simple, semantic models, e.g. "Summarisable" which only adds a single property to hold a summary text for a specific content item.

ramprasad
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Ok Thanks. I was hoping to find documentation  in case the aspects had special behavior.