Domino datasets provide high-performance, versioned, and structured filesystem storage in Domino. With Domino Datasets, you can build several curated collections of data in one project, and share them with your fellow contributors across their projects.
A Domino Dataset is a collection of files that are available in user executions as a filesystem directory. These files can be used and shared as a file system directory. A Dataset always reflects the most recent version of the data. You can modify the contents of a Dataset through the Domino application or through workload executions, at any time.
To version the contents of a Domino Dataset, you can create a Snapshot with a read-only copy of the Dataset files at a given time. Snapshots are associated with the Dataset they version.
The following are the primary ways to interact with a Domino Dataset:
Work with Datasets local to your project.
Read from a shared Dataset you have mounted to your project.
See Datasets Best Practices for information about how to use Domino datasets to solve problems, improve collaboration, and open workflow possibilities in Domino.