Docs - Identifiers
Before you start to read this section, please make sure you have read: URLs. This is needed because the identifiers are almost the same as the URLs used in raddish.
Within Raddish the objects use identifiers to be retrieved. These identifiers use a defined schema. Below some examples will be given.
This identifier will instruct the system that a component is called the component being called is foo and we request the baz file in the “database/table” folder of the foo component.
So basically you can split up a component like this:
- Locator: The locator to use, by default core and com are supported.
- Application: In which application the component to call resides.
- Component: The component to call.
- Path: A dot separated string as to path to follow to the object.
- Name: The name of the file to load.
Note: Core locator work a little different although using the same data. A core identifier could look like this:
This core identifier will try to get the file “default” in the path “database/table”. Most of the time you wouldn’t need to load core object directly however this functionality is available to you.
Basically a core identifier looks like this: