From: Adrien Bustany <abustany gnome org>
To: Remo Remo <remo rremo yahoo com>
Cc: tracker-list gnome org
Sent: Sat, May 22, 2010
Subject: Re: [Tracker] Does tracker support uniquie object-id across databases
I'm not totally sure I understand your message... Do you need 32 bit
integers, or are you saying that Tracker's uuids are not robust enough
Tracker urn are of the form
which is more than 32 bits if I'm right. If you need a 32 bit integer
identifier, then you can add a predicate to the resources you need to
share, with the 32 bit integer inside.
On Sat, 22 May 2010 07:24:44 -0700 (PDT), Remo Remo
<remo rremo yahoo com
> i thought object-id is 32 bit integer, and not uuid, if this is not
> the case, then i fear i won't be able 2 use the tracker, i hope
> there's some solution.. do we able to internally customize the unique
> tag/object-id for each metadata stored in database.. and if it is
> possible, then what are the
modules i need to customize to suit in our
> FROM: Adrien Bustany
> TO: Remo Remo
> CC: tracker-list gnome org
> SENT: Sat, May 22, 2010 7:07:54 PM
> SUBJECT: Re: [Tracker] Does tracker support uniquie object-id across
> On Sat, 22 May 2010 00:18:47 -0700 (PDT), Remo Remo
>> does tracker support assigning unique object-id for each piece of
>> metadata across databases.
>> For e.g. if id: 123 is assigned to Artist: "Enrique" then this ID
>> not be present in other tables/databases that tracker is
>> This will be helpful features by bookmarking through object-Id.
> Tracker does use uuid to generate urns if I'm right, so they should be
> or less unique across databases... Needs confirmation though.
>  mailto:remo rremo yahoo com