is there some kind of domain architecture available for Jive? Something which describes e.g. a space can contains documents, sub-spaces, projects etc. Something in a UML simular style would be very helpful.
It's not a UML model, but I've always found the API docs helpful:
Jive API v3.0 → osapi.jive.corev3.contents class
Nice link! Thanks for that!
But unfortunately this documentation doesn't help to explain a customer the main functionalities of Jive. I thought such a document is essential for jivesoftware itself (e.g. for product presentations).
Totally agree. When we describe the capabilities of Jive, we typically don't go to the depth of UML diagram. If you want general product capabilities and the like, then I can probably find something on the main site or from one of our sales teams.
It doesn’t have to be exactly a UML diagram, but some kind of visualization of the content structure, like a hierarchy or so. Maybe to get an impression of issues like that a space can contain other spaces or groups. That documents can be put in these communities or that everyone has a personal blog, a private space and so on...
When you can find something which describes this, it would be very helpful. As you can see on the views of this question there is a quite high demand on that topic.
Are there some news concering this matter?
Obviously Jive doesn’t pay attention to this thread anymore? Maybe I should create a support-case for this…
Apologies for not replying to this thread. I've been traveling for about the last three weeks or so, some at CeBIT and some PTO, so I'm a bit behind on all the threads in the community. Anyway... I asked the dev teams internally if we've got any kind of diagram et. and other than the documentation, we don't have any UML or ER diagram to speak of. This is, in part, because although we keep things abstracted behind the API, the internal data models are evolving. The best place to look is the API documentation https://developers.jivesoftware.com/api/v3/rest/
Thanks for reply. But obviously you got me wrong. As mentioned above, it doesn’t have to be an UML or ERM. I’m only interested in some kind of diagram that describes or visualize the content structure and its architecture in some way. UML was the first type of diagram which came to my mind. A more abstract way of showing that would also be fine.I attached an example of what I mean. So maybe you have something like this in a more professional way and some explanations for visibility etc.
I'd be interested also. As Tom says, doesn't have to be UML...
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