It stores all document and media files data
It has its parent folder information , created dates, modified daes, repositoryID, fileEntryTypeId.
We can also store external repository.
When no external repository is used, then repositoryId will be groupId
It also provides the information of size of the document , read count, extension of document, mime type. file entry id, smallimageid, largeimageid, customimageid, etc.,
here , title specifies the title of the document , whereas, name specifies folder of the document.
“treePath” column has been added from Liferay 6.2 version, with this searching document hierarchy would become more easy.
This table consists of information about file association with Document Type
Each file might associated with a different Document type and relation will be maintained here.
By default Liferay documents are associated with a type called “Basic”
Liferay allows to create custom document types by setting up with required fields.
Custom document type information will be stored in this table.
Updating any file in Liferay will leads to create a new version.
Each version will be stored as individual file in file system
This table maintains all versions of fileentry
User can create a shortcut to file entry.
It’s a logical link of a file, file system doesn’t have this info.
From lportal table shortcuts would be pointed to original fileEntry.
This table maintains about tile rank.
Ranks can be defined from portal property (Max file rank version)
For performance perspective mostly this feature will be disabled. This can be manged with below property
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