|Wednesday, May 04, 2005|
|Web content management|
By definition is web content management software that manages documents for Web sites. It also provides the storage, maintenance and retrieval of HTML and XML (...) documents. Content management systems are usually built on a native XML database and typically provide publishing capabilities to export content not only to the Web site, but to other media as well.|
Why web document management?
Web Services-based technology displayed very nice possibilities. The Web Service solutions encompass several core, solid specifications such as UDDI, WSDL, SOAP, (...) (. Also, we have seen the rise of services-oriented architectures, where core capabilities are exposed and leveraged as generic services, using Web Services standards and internet architecture.
As more and more CMS products show functionality through Web Services a content management systems could become widely accepted through the enterprise content networks more broadly.
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