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ItemId generated in Jazz repository


Vibha Sinha (1643610) | asked Oct 14 '09, 3:38 p.m.
Is the ItemId attribute generated by the Jazz framework a globally unique identifier ?

Example - <values>

It would be also good to know the approach used to generate this identifier.

Thanks a lot
- Vibha

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Shivank Arya (19141) | answered Oct 20 '09, 2:48 a.m.
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Yes. you are right.
Each item in the repository has a unique item id, which can be used as a key to retrieve it. In fact, the item ids are universally unique identifiers (UUIDs), so that an item created in one repository can be replicated to another repository and retain its identity.

-Shivank
Jazz Foundation

Is the ItemId attribute generated by the Jazz framework a globally unique identifier ?

Example - <values>

It would be also good to know the approach used to generate this identifier.

Thanks a lot
- Vibha

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