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1 1  1 XWiki Data Model
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3 -XWiki is not just your average wiki engine; it exposes a flexible data model that can be leveraged at the presentation level. Combined with its powerful presentation level scripting capabilities, XWiki's data model can help you build simple to complex Web applications with little or no need to access the XWiki core. In other words, you can build custom applications through the XWiki web interface without having to compile, package, and deploy software components.
3 +XWiki is not just your average wiki engine; it exposes a flexible data model that can be leveraged at the presentation level. Combined with its powerful presentation level scripting capabilities, XWiki's data model can help you build simple to complex Web applications with little or no need to access the Xwiki core. In other words, you can build custom applications through the XWiki web interface without having to compile, package, and deploy software components.
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5 -This area explains XWiki's data model of Classes, Properties, and Objects for those users who want to build applications primarily at the presentation level. It will help you understand how you can achieve significant functionality by programming at this level alone.
5 +This area explains XWiki's data model of Classes, Properties, and Objects for those users who want to build applications primarily at the presentation level. It will help you understand how you can achieve significant functionality by programming at this level alone. For information about XWiki's underlying database schema (tables and fields), see: [More on the Data Model>Internals Data Model].
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7 -For information about XWiki's underlying database schema (tables and fields), see: [XWiki's Database Schema>DevGuide.DatabaseSchema].
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9 9  1.1 XWiki Classes, Objects, and Properties
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11 11  If you are familiar with object oriented programming, you understand the concept of classes, properties, and and objects. The presentation level data model that XWiki exposes is much the same.

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