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Can Joomla and Drupal be considered CMIS too?

Rogerio Kioshi
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I'd like to know if Joomla and Drupal can also be cosidered as CMIS systems, too...


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Jeff Potts
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Joomla and Drupal are both Content Management Systems (CMSs). I can't speak for Joomla, but I do know that Drupal is a consumer of CMIS. That means it can easily create, query for, update, and delete content that resides in a CMIS-compliant server. Using CMIS is a very common approach for integrating Drupal and CMIS servers like Alfresco.

These systems could also be CMIS-compliant servers, but someone would have to do that work. They are not CMIS providers out-of-the-box.

Jeff
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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