Because the Enterprise and Resource tiers are generally co-located with a high-bandwidth, low-latency connection between them, this architecture is preferred for WANs or any time when there is a high latency between the client and the resource tiers.
A business object which uses its own, dedicated, storage class which has the same name as the business object and which is at the same location in the class hierarchy as the business object is in the business object hierarchy. Typically the CAD BOM might not contain non-geometric items, such as adhesives and paint, and may contain different representations of the same component, especially when the component is deformable and is shaped to fit in different installations.
The point is, this is a resource, but it is not authoritative.
If you have business-critical decisions to make that hinge on the definitions here, I suggest you get a second, independent, opinion.
A configuration option for Item Revisions which defines how related objects, such as datasets and BVRs will be handled when a new revision is created.
Typical options are to not copy the related object, to add a reference to the existing object under the new revision, or to create a duplicate object under the new revision.
These are the mechanics of working with disconnected data.
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