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Within the [[RPPS Package]] are many different components that persist data objects on behalf of the user. These include user account data, the users set of cards, and other data. Some components use IdAS to persist their data. Others manage their own local data stores "above" IdAS. An attempt to document all of these different kinds of objects and stores would be a major project. Instead of looking backward, this page describes a new, forward looking data model, that is an evolution forward of the existing data model.
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Within the [[I-Card Service]] are many different components that persist data objects on behalf of the user. These include user account data, the users set of cards, and other data. Some components use IdAS to persist their data. Others manage their own local data stores "above" IdAS. An attempt to document all of these different kinds of objects and stores would be a major project. Instead of looking backward, this page describes a new, updated data model that we call [[ICS Data Model 2.0]].
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During the Higgins 1.1 development project we will be working on [[RPPS Data Model
  
  

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Within the I-Card Service are many different components that persist data objects on behalf of the user. These include user account data, the users set of cards, and other data. Some components use IdAS to persist their data. Others manage their own local data stores "above" IdAS. An attempt to document all of these different kinds of objects and stores would be a major project. Instead of looking backward, this page describes a new, updated data model that we call ICS Data Model 2.0.

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During the Higgins 1.1 development project we will be working on [[RPPS Data Model


Only four card types required:

  • p-card (as in CardSpace)
  • m-card (as in CardSpace)
  • r-p-card
  • r-m-card


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