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CMS .NET Technology
Content management system (CMS) features and functions help
manage internal corporate documentation and information, Web site content, and
group collaboration. Typical content management
system features and functions include tools for content. To find
the best content management system for your business, it's important to
understand which features and functions you need before you compare
content management solutions.
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation and
review for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet), or
private web sites (intranet or extranet).
CMS integrates seamlessly with third party traffic analysis
tools like Google Analytics.
In the application, a search box and Advanced Search option make
it possible to get to the items you're interested in quickly. Advanced search
exposes all the additional properties of your content as searchable
fields to help you aggregate the items that you need to modify.
The CMS supports an unlimited number of Users, which are
commonly used to administer both secured access to content on the website and
for Workstation access to author and edit content
CMS is available in different editions per domain name.
Determine which of these models will cover your content management needs.
CMS is designed to operate on the Microsoft Windows Server
CMS leverages Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0
or higher as its web server technology for
Web Services, the CMS Workstation (content administration
interface), and the primary website
CMS is developed on the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.
Recent versions of CMS, are enabled to utilize the built-in AJAX
support of .NET This gives custom
component developers the flexibility to utilize the latest
development technologies in the .NET Framework.
Database and languages
The system is based on Microsoft SQL database, and use .net