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Deyan Sultov
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Hello,
I am doing some research on Content Repository, methods they should have, technologies used.
I would appreciate any directions or links to related resources on the net.
Thank you in advance,
Dido.
 
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Hi,
u can search with the keyword CMS in google or somewhere.
 
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Thanks,
I have already tried. Unfortunately the serch results are too abstract. The resources I have found are dealing mainly with evaluation and quality of CMS's not with the concepts and basics of building them.
 
Julian Sitkevich
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You may want to check out JSR 170
Content Repository for Java technology API:
http://www.jcp.org/jsr/detail/170.jsp
It is still very early but nonetheless could become a very important Content API.
- julian
 
Julian Sitkevich
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Here's another resource for you. - julian
cms-list is a mailing list and online community focused on bringing the users and vendors of Content Management Systems together to discuss product strategies, technical issues, technology advancement, and standards.
 
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