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- The repository is an OTI proprietary database. On UNIX systems it is
managed by a
process called emsrv
, which runs on the server with the repository. Each user image is
connected to the
repository when the image is started up.
- Since it is a database, there are some fields that are under
developer control. One
can create a user field
for applications, for example, that enable you to store drawings as part
of the documentation
for the application.
- When a developer saves a new version of a method, you can see it
load it into your image. This is also true for new versions of classes,
- Unless specifically restricted by an application manager, any
developer can work
on any class in any application.
- There are controls that prevent these "conflicting"
versions of classes from being
harmful; indeed they are often desirable.
- No change made by another developer affects your image until you
load the code.
- Loadability analysis is performed before load is attempted.
- You no longer have the equivalent of a file-in that "breaks
in the middle" (for exception,
see ENVY Advanced Topics).
- Classes and Applications can be atomically unloaded from your
analysis is performed before unload begins.
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