Friday 03 August 2012 6:44:53 pm
An element can have more than one node ID, because its only a pointer that tell where in the tree the element is places. So if you tells eZ to place the element i more than one place you end up with an element that has one object ID and 1 (or more) node IDs. The content is "hidden" behind the object ID and the placements in node IDs.
Hope it was understandable?
Saturday 11 August 2012 11:19:36 am
For more information, please read the eZ Publish technical documentation at http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Technical-manual/4.x/Concepts-and-basics/Content-management/The-content-node
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