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- From: Michael Rossi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1999 22:31:01 -0400
Morten Christensen wrote:
> Does anybody know of good Content Management Systems (CMSs) with:
> a) Direct XML support at the element checkin/checkout level.- Which I
> would call a REAL XML CMS!!
> b) Support for XML but not at the element checkin/checkout level
> (where XML can be represented as "blocks of binary data").
> Or, alternatively databases with direct XML support, from which it would
> be able to "easily" build a mini XML "CMS" ?
> Presently I only know of one real XML CMS. This system is from POET. I
> would be very interested in learning of alternatives!!! Especially
> high-performance, scalable and customizable alternatives for "big"
The systems you're looking for started out life in the SGML world, but
should be well XML-enabled by now. The major players in this area that I
know of (aside from Poet) are:
- Information Manager from Texcel (http://www.texcel.no), recently
purchased by Interleaf (http://www.interleaf.com) and being incorporated
- Astoria from Chrystal (http://www.chrystal.com), a subsidiary of Xerox
- Parlance Document Manager from Xyvision (http://www.xyvision.com)
They should all incude validating parsers and provide markup-aware
checkin/checkout, versioning, sometimes differencing, etc. But be warned,
none of them are cheap. Related products are also available from Inso -
DynaWeb/DynaBase (http://www.inso.com), ObjectDesign - eXcelon
(http://www.odi.com) and Bluestone Software - XML Server
(http://www.bluestone.com). Hope that helps.
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