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Creating and using data are usually different parts of a process, acknowledging this can simplify the system. Creating data is a simple operation on a low level, basically creating the underlying objects for the Owner, Author and Place roles. Perhaps the Owner and Author is played by a Person object, Place could be an Address. Using data is what the users ...


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I would describe this situation as: dynamic nested workflows. Dynamic because you cannot tell ahead of time how deeply nested the workflow will be (user may not create any new objects, or may create multiple carriers and persons). Nested because the workflows for creating a carrier and then a person are nested within each other. The dynamic nesting ...


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I've worked with several "flexible" databases which were very powerful. However, when it came to the user interface, the only way my users would be able to handle it was if they were first an expert at that sort of system, and none of my users ever were. Instead of thinking that the system you described is a definition of the user flow, think that the ...



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