Infinite Nesting of Folders in a Host Library
Original Publication Date: 1989-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Jan-29
A method is described which allows a library user to nest folders of information to as many levels as the user requires in a host library. Nesting of documents refers to the ability to create and maintain a hierarchy of documents. Many database applications lend themselves to a hierarchical organization which is infinitely deep and wide and contains the same folder more than one time, as long as no folder contains itself at any level. A folder of information can be thought of as a collection of information similar to a folder in a filing cabinet.