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Content Modeling / Definitions / Content Type Definition

Content Type Definition A content type defines a type of content that your content workers generally create, edit and publish. For example, an article or a press release might be considered to be a content type. The content type defines the schema, properties, behaviors and everything to do with a specific kind of content. You then set about creating instances of that content type. These are sometimes referred to as content instances. Instances are instantiations of a type. All content instances

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Attachments

Attachments Cloud CMS provides support for the storage and retrieval of binary assets. These assets are stored as attachments on an object. Unlike some CMS systems which start with the binary asset, Cloud CMS considers all of your objects and content to be JSON documents. The JSON document then has N number of binary BLOBs attached to it. Each attachment has a unique name and retains information such as mimetype, filename and content length. The following kinds of objects support attachments: Co

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / platform-manage-context

platform-manage-context [ { "evaluator": "context-platform", "config": { "platform-manage-context": { "items": [ { "key": "platform/manage/header", "title": "Manage Platform", "header": true, "order": 10000, "allowAuthority": [ "owner", "manager", "admin" ], "items": [ { "key": "platform/settings",

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Application Server / Web Content Management

Web Content Management The Application Server provides the runtime for the Cloud CMS Web Content Management solution. Web Content Management is a term that enterprise vendors have been using for years to distinguish between the role that a CMS (content management system) plays for an organization - it may be used to collaborate around your internal documents, legal records, digital assets and many other content items in addition to your web and mobile content. Cloud CMS provides a Web Content Ma

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Dynamic ProxyPassReverseCookieDomain with Apache 2

We do a lot of HTML5 and JavaScript application hosting at Cloud CMS. Our platform lets you build HTML5 applications and deploy them to our cloud infrastructure with just a couple of clicks. As a result, we’ve gotten pretty friendly with Apache 2, virtual hosts, mod_rewrite, proxies and more. Applications built on our platform use OAuth2 over SSL. We support all of the authentication flows even for HTML5/JS applications. Inherently, these applications are considered “untrusted” in any two-legged

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Single Sign On (SSO) / Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory Azure Active Directory is a Microsoft Azure service which provides identity and access management. Cloud CMS supports single sign on with Azure AD using SAML 2.0. Set up Azure Before configuring the Cloud CMS Single Sign-On, you’ll need to set up a few things on Microsoft Azure Active Directory: Create an Azure Account If not already present, create an Azure Account using the Azure portal. Log into the portal and go to Azure Active Directory. Register your App Go to the Ap

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Oauth 2.0 tokens

Each response from Cloud CMS provides two tokens: an access token and a refresh token. The access token is the one that you need to attach to every API call. It gets passed through the Authorization header as "bearer " and Cloud CMS uses this to identify who the authenticated user is (and thus, what resources they have access to and so forth). By default, the access token has a lifespan of 24 hours. After that period of time, it is no longer valid and any requests will come back wit

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Application Server / Installation / Module Installation

Module Installation The Cloud CMS Application Server can also be run as a custom Node.js application. It is available as a Node.js module that you can require() in from npmjs.org. The server features a number of extension points that you can utilize to wire in new functionality or extend the framework. Getting Started Here is a simple example where we start up the Application Server from within a Node.js application: var server = require("cloudcms-server/server"); server.start(); The start() met

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / document-actions

document-actions [ { "evaluator": "and", "condition": [ { "evaluator": "not", "condition": { "evaluator": "document-has-feature", "condition": "f:multilingual" } }, { "evaluator": "not", "condition": { "evaluator": "document-has-feature", "condition": "f:translation" } }, { "evaluator": "document-has-feature", "condition": "f:locale" } ], "

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Authentication / Drivers

Drivers To connect to Cloud CMS, you need to establish two important pieces of information: The client that you are connecting as The user that you are signing on as The only way that a remote application can connect to your platform is if it can produce the correct credentials to identify itself as a client that you know about. As the platform administrator, you issue a client key/secret ahead of time. The application then needs to present these credentials to you and prove that it is who it sa

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Deployment / Deployment Handlers / HTTP Deployment Handler

HTTP Deployment Handler Handles the deployment of one or more Deployment Packages to a custom HTTP endpoint. The custom HTTP endpoint is described by: url statusUrl username password Custom HTTP endpoints are useful for a large variety of purposes, including writing data into custom databases, synchronizing content from Cloud CMS with existing Content Management products, hooking into custom logic for CDN or cache invalidation and much more. Configuration { "url": "{url}", "statusUrl": "

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Application Server / Tags / @queryOne

@queryOne Supports all of the same mechanics as the @query tag but keeps only the first result. Parameters parameter required description type the type of node to query for (definition QName) sort the field to sort on sortDirection the direction to sort in (either 1 for ascending or -1 for descending) limit the number of records to return fields comma separated list of property names to include in query results skip a position to skip ahead to in the record set scope if "page", then only relativ

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GraphQL

GraphQL Cloud CMS supports query via GraphQL. GraphQL is offered as a core API that sits alongside the Cloud CMS REST APIs. GraphQL is an open-source data query and manipulation language specification that is widely used across many CMS systems, servers and clients. GraphQL is offered so as to make it even easier for developers to quickly integrate and work with content inside of Cloud CMS. In Cloud CMS, all GraphQL calls are scoped to a branch. Each branch has its own GraphQL SDL schema that is

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Actions / Web Hook

Web Hook ID: webhook Makes a remote call to an HTTP endpoint. Core Configuration Property Type Required Default Description url text true The fully-qualified HTTP endpoint (i.e. http://www.myserver.com/endpoint) method text false The HTTP method to invoke (default: POST) username text false The Basic authentication username. password text false The Basic authentication password. payload object false The JSON payload for PUT and POST calls. headers object false The headers to apply to the HTTP ca

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Features / Container

Container QName: f:container Makes a node as a container. In Cloud CMS, all nodes are essentially equivalent. There is no assumed containment model - in other words, Cloud CMS does not assume a folder structure or any kind of graph that you must adhere to. You can use associations to model any kind of relationship you would like. For example, you might have nodes that maintain only a kind of "linked" relationship to do things like link together related items for a product catalog. Another exampl

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Programmatically create content in a folder?

The Cloud CMS content API lets you work with JSON to create any kind of content you'd like. It supports any JSON structure you desire and also supports a number of special properties that you can use to make life easier for you. These special properties are: _rootNodeId - The mount node ID of the root against which relatives path are computed. By default, this is the root of the repository. In general, it isn't necessary to use this property unless you have multiple mount nodes configured. And m

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How do I search for nested content?

Cloud CMS maintains two indexes that are of interest for finding things. The primary index is the MongoDB index - against which you can run any query you can dream up using the MongoDB DSL. The secondary index is the Elastic Search index - against which you can run any search you can dream up using the Elastic Search DSL. For information all kinds of really powerful stuff you can do with this, see: https://www.cloudcms.com/documentation/content-services/query.html https://www.cloudcms.com/docume

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Content Modeling / Definitions

Definitions A content definition is a JSON schema v4 document that informs Cloud CMS of a new content type. The JSON schema semantics spell out the exact properties that a content type should have, the types of every element (such as whether a property is a string or a number), constraints and other nested aspects of the content type. Definitions come in several flavors, the main ones being: Content Type Definitions Association Definitions Feature Definitions Cloud CMS lets you create adhoc cont

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Bulk Import / Nodes

Nodes The Cloud CMS Bulk Import tool makes it easy to import content from structured data files stored on disk. The Packager API provides several methods which can read content from directories and bulk import that content all in one fell-swoop. This includes content types, content instances and relational information between content items. This is useful for many scenarios including those where you may wish to store a master copy of your foundation content types and content instances for new pr

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API / Data Types / Changeset

Changeset Type changeset Datastore Type repository Supports authorities, permissions, transfer In this sense, a branch can be thought of as a stack of changesets. There is a root changeset (where the branch starts) and a tip changeset (where the branch ends). Everything in-between constitutes the changeset history of the branch. This portion of the API therefore is largely for advanced users. The Cloud CMS API lets you dig in and poke around at the changeset history of branches to do things like

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Command Line

Command Line The Cloud CMS command-line client gives developers a way to work with their Cloud CMS tenant projects, applications, data stores and other resources from the command line. The CLI (command-line client) is a Node.js based command line tool that is very easy to use and available at no charge. Note: A valid Cloud CMS subscription is required to connect to Cloud CMS with the command-line client. This subscription can be a paid subscription or a free trial account. Getting Started To get

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Transfer

Transfer Cloud CMS provides a universal import and export facility that lets you transfer your data in and out of Cloud CMS installations. It also allows you to copy or move data from one Cloud CMS installation to another. Everything in Cloud CMS is portable in this respect. You are always free to export your data and download it. You're also free to upload your data and import it. This universal transfer service is very well suited for: Backing up your content or projects Moving your content or

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Applications / Public Services / Registration Flow

Registration Flow One of the more frequent flows that an application must achieve is that of registering a user. Cloud CMS already provides registration support. The application service convenience method shown below make it a little easier to register users for your web application by letting you predefine: The Custom Domain Name where new users will be created. The Email Provider to be used to send emails to new users. The Registrar where new tenants will be created (optional). The Domain User

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API / System Metadata

System Metadata Cloud CMS automatically tracks system metadata for all of the objects that you create within it. System metadata consists of non-data values that describe things like who created an object and when it was modified. System Metadata This system metadata is tracked under the special _system key at the root of your objects. This system metadata is read-only in so far as it is tracked by Cloud CMS automatically. It is available for any object returned by any of the Cloud CMS APIs by s

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Application Server

Application Server The Cloud CMS Application Server offers an easy way for customers to assemble powerful, front-end custom APIs and web sites for Cloud CMS. It is completely free and runs on top of the popular Node.js technology stack. With Cloud CMS, customers have a choice of using any front-end presentation technology they wish. In many cases, customers already have a technology investment (such as C#, PHP, Java or Ruby) and thus a preference for continuing to build on that technology stack.

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