BinaryObject Table (205)
Environment: onsite, online
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Binary objects, i.e., blobs. Used for images, documents, SuperOffice inbox mail and other large binary items
|conceptualType||The type, for instance PHOTO, PERSONPHOTO, or whatever, that is descriptive of what kind of image or data this is||String(254)|
|mimeType||Mime type, describing the technical type (image/jpeg) of the data||String(254)||●|
|description||A description that is entered by the user, and visible to the user||String(254)||●|
|originalSize||Original size of the binary data, before encryption and/or zipping. This is what the ultimate client will get||UInt|
|blobSize||The length, in bytes, of the binary data AS STORED after any encryption and/or zipping. Important to get right, since some databases will not tell us just based on the blob itself!||UInt|
|isZipped||Has the data been zipped (support for this will come in HDB)||Bool|
|isEncrypted||Has the data been encrypted (support for this will come in HDB)||Bool|
|extraInfo||Extra information, spare field, can be used for anything that makes sense. Should not refer to any particular context, that is something for the BinaryObjectLInk||String(254)||●|
|binaryData||The binary data itself. Length is limited by the database, generally 1GB seems to be reliably available. Beyond that is database dependent.||Blob||●|
|registered_associate_id||Registered by whom||FK associate|
|updated||Last updated when||UtcDateTime|
|updated_associate_id||Last updated by whom||FK associate|
|updatedCount||Number of updates made to this record||UShort|
|associate||Employees, resources and other users - except for External persons|
|BinaryObjectLink||Link table, connects a BinaryObject with one or more owners|
- Replicate changes DOWN from central to satellites and travellers.
- Replicate changes UP from satellites and travellers back to central.
- Copy to satellite and travel prototypes.
- Sentry controls access to items in this table using user's Role and data rights matrix.