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thanks for those extended thoughts - I can easily picture how this deductive reasoning could build up. I'd 'up-click' you again if I could - sadly I can't.
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thanks for that MrSteve. I haven't yet identified where the deductive logic falls into my problem area - since so far I think I've only considered querying of relationships (as in the examples in the post). Can you give an examples of (within the given scenario) where a Reasoning Inference would expose facts more advanced than those shown?
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Thanks for that Gary. I'm aware of Prolog, though I've never used it. I also have a suspicion, however that one of the Ontology languages (RDF, OWL) may also be an option. They may also have greater Graph Database support.
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comment User roles in GWT applications
Personally I'd return a json object from the server that contains a series of key-boolean value pairs. I'd wrap the json in a JavaScript overlay type: code.google.com/webtoolkit/doc/latest/… You can then have accessors like public boolean canDelete() methods that just return this.canDelete
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