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What Documentum Object Id prefix stands for

I went through a nice article, thought to share on ecmnotes. dm_audittrail_attrs = 0; 00 (also dm_auth_config, dmc_completed_workflow, dmc_completed_workitem, dmc_composite_predicate, dmc_module_config, dmc_readcomment, dm_state_type, dmc_transition_condition, dmi_wf_attachment, dmi_wf_timer, dmc_workqueue, dmc_workqueue_doc_profile, dmc_workqueue_policy, dmc_workqueue_user_profile) dmi_session = 1; 01 dm_object = 2; 02 dm_type = 3; 03 dm_collection = 4; 04 dmr_containment = 5; 05 dmr_content = 6; 06 dm_app_ref = 7; 07 dm_sysobject = 8; 08 (also dm_acs_config, dm_application, dm_cache_config, dm_category_class, dm_ci_config, dmc_comment, dm_component, dm_ftindex_agent_config, dm_ftengine_config, dmc_jar, dm_job, dm_job_request,…