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Integration Techniques and Strategies for Internet Business

Content Management Server
 

Microsoft Corporation

January 2004

Applies to:
Microsoft® Content Management Server 2002

Summary: The Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) architecture is flexible, pluggable, and easily adaptable, allowing for a modular approach to building your Web site; for example, you can exchange outdated or under-performing modules for a preferred, more dynamic solution. In Integration Techniques and Strategies for Internet Business, we’ll examine a variety of integration options available to you when designing your Web sites. The methodology we present is simple, secure, and extendable. We take the WoodgroveNet sample site which shipped as a sample with MCMS 2002 and build integration components to show integration with search engines, workflow engines, authentication systems, and other software. Some techniques and strategies include:

  • Using the MCMS .NET-based managed APIs
  • Using the MCMS COM-based Site Deployment API
  • Creating user controls and dialog boxes within the Web Author
  • Creating custom placeholder controls in Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET
  • Creating components that communicate with each external system

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Download a copy of the sample code for Visual Studio 2002 (507 KB).

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