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Features / AWS Dominant Language

AWS Dominant Language QName: f:aws-dominant-language Empowers a node to automatically determine the dominant language of the node's properties and attachments. The dominant language is specified by the language portion of a locale key (such as en for English or es for Spanish). To determine the dominant language, the textual composition of the node is sent to the AWS Comprehend Service for processing. Once the dominant language is determined, the f:locale feature is applied to the node along wit

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Features / AWS Sentiment

AWS Sentiment QName: f:aws-sentiment Empowers a node to automatically determine the sentiment of content that it contains. This takes into account the node's properties and any binary attachments it may contain. The sentiment is the populated onto a property of the node. By default and unless overwritten, this will default to sentiment. This features uses Amazon's Comprehend Service to perform Natural Language processing over your node's content. To learn about Amazon's Sentiment analysis, see:

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Publishing / Example Publishing Setup

Example Publishing Setup The following are the steps to config a typical Publishing setup (Publish and Unpublish): Step 1: Create Projects Create two projects Create an "Authoring" project Create a "Live" Project Step 2 : Create a Deployment Target Deployment Target is the endpoint where the package will be deployed or sent. Go to Manage Platform Go to Deployment Targets under Deployment Left Navigation Menu Click on Create a Deployment Target Title : "Live Web Site" Deployment Target Type : "Br

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User Interface / Security / Add a User to a Project

Add a User to a Project Option 1: Create User in the Tenant First step is to create the user. At Platform level, select 'Member' (left nav) and '+Create User' Enter the values on the forms and 'Save'. Result: User is now created. Note: The new user will not be able to see any projects when they login the new user will be seen in the Tenant members list and will be available to be added as an 'existing user' to any project Second Step is to add the user to a Project As Admin or Project owner sele

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Build a Cloud CMS-powered web site in 5 minutes - Cloud CMS

Build a Cloud CMS-powered web site in 5 minutes - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Docs Dev Start a Free Trial Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Ask a Question Start a Free Trial Quick Start Get Started with Cloud CMS in a few Easy Steps 1Prerequisites2 minutes 2Create a New Project2 minutes 3Define a Content Type4 mi

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Platform

Platform Cloud CMS provides a Platform within which you can build out one or more Projects to create, manage and deliver your content. You can create as many Projects as you wish and are also free to duplicate, back up, download or export Projects at any time. Users You can add users to your Platform at any time. When users log in, they log in to the Platform and are then able to see all of the Projects that they have access to. You may choose to invite some users to have some permissions agains

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API Keys

API Keys When you sign up for Cloud CMS, you are given your own tenant. Your tenant is essentially a guarded vault of data. To access this data, you need to present two sets of credentials to the Cloud CMS server: Client Credentials User Credentials Client Credentials identify the application that is attempting to connect and User Credentials identify who is using the application. Once signed in, the User Credentials establish the security context of the authenticated user, potentially limiting

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Getting Started / Workspaces

Workspaces Everything you do with content is done within a workspace. When you create content or modify content definitions, it is all done inside of a workspace. Workspaces are isolated from one another so that different teams can make changes to things without stepping on each other's toes. By default, there is a master workspace where everything happens. You can create new workspaces at any time. When you create a workspace, Cloud CMS remembers the point in time when the new workspace was cre

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Single Sign On (SSO) / Keycloak

Keycloak This page provides an example of how to configure Cloud CMS Single Sign On (SSO) for JBoss KeyCloak. Keycloak is an open-source Identity and Access Management product provided by JBoss/RedHat. Keycloak plays the role of an Identity Provider that speaks SAML 2.0 and/or JWT. Cloud CMS integrates via either of these mechanism and can therefore integrate to Keycloak straight away as an identity provider. Cloud CMS provides Single Sign On (SSO) Enterprise support for a variety of Identity Pr

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API / Data Types / Email Provider

Email Provider Type emailProvider Datastore Type application Supports authorities, permissions, transfer Configuration Email Providers maintain a configuration that you can adjust or consult as you create, update and query for them. The following table presents you the configuration properties. Property Type Default Read-Only Description host text The host address of the email server. Example: smtp.gmail.com port number The connection port on the email server. Example: 25 username text The usern

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Single Sign On (SSO) / Okta

Okta This page provides information on how to configure Cloud CMS Single Sign On (SSO) for Okta and SAML 2.0. Cloud CMS provides Single Sign On (SSO) Enterprise support for a variety of Identity Providers using SAML 2.0 and/or JWT. For more information, see Cloud CMS Single Sign On (SSO). You can learn more about Okta here: https://www.okta.com Set up Okta In this section, we'll set up Single Sign On with Okta. Log into the Okta Administration Console Login at https://{your-okta-domain}.okta.co

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API / Data Types / Scheduled Work

Scheduled Work Type scheduledwork Datastore Type platform Supports authorities, permissions, transfer Configuration A scheduled work item has a configuration that informs the Cloud CMS cluster-wide timer how to trigger them, based on what frequency and what settings are provided for their described actions. You can adjust this confirmation at any time and supply it when you create, update or query for scheduled work items. The following table shows the configuration properties: Property Type Def

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Content Modeling / Scripts

Scripts Scripts are content nodes with a default attachment of type application/javascript. As with all behaviors, script nodes must implement the f:behavior feature. They must be bound to a node upon which to act (either a definition node or a content instance) using a a:has_behavior association. Script Interfaces If you elect to write scripts to implement custom behaviors, the following signatures can be used inside of your JavaScript: Association Policies function beforeAssociate(association)

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API / Data Types / Domain User

Domain User Type domainuser Datastore Type domain Supports authorities, permissions, transfer Configuration Domain Users maintain a configuration that you can adjust or consult as you create, update and query for them. The following table presents you the configuration properties. Property Type Default Read-Only Description name text The name (i.e. the user id or account name) for the principal. This can be any text that you like. However, it must be unique across all users in the domain. For ex

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Security / Teams

Teams In addition to fine-grained, object-level security, Cloud CMS also offers simplified team-based security. Team-based security works provides an easier, sweeping way to manage security. By adding someone to a team, you describe broad stroke authorities that apply to all objects within a container. For example, you might create a "consumers" team for a Project. The "consumers" team grants the Consumer role. Once someone is added to that team, they will receive the Consumer role for everythin

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Team-based security

In addition to fine-grained, object-level security, Cloud CMS also offers simplified team-based security. Team-based security works provides an easier, sweeping way to manage security. By adding someone to a team, you describe broad stroke authorities that apply to all objects within a container. For example, you might create a "consumers" team for a Project. The "consumers" team grants the Consumer role. Once someone is added to that team, they will receive the Consumer role for everything in a

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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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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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Docker / UI Extensions

UI Extensions The Docker-based Cloud CMS UI provides additional extension patterns beyond the AMD-driven mechanism for user interface components and screens. Since Docker allows you to run on-premise, you can use these extension patterns to influence more foundational changes to the way the application works. Environment Variables When the Cloud CMS user interface starts up, it looks to environment variables to tell it whether there are any extensions available to be loaded. Extensions are store

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API / Data Types / Branch

Branch Type branch Datastore Type repository Supports authorities, permissions, transfer You can have as many branches as you want. Each branch is a completely isolated workspace. Thus, you can create your own branch for your own projects. You can work on those projects and when you're happy with it, you can share it with the rest of the team. Or, you can create a branch and invite a bunch of people to work with you. They're your own workspaces. You can play with them however you want. Changeset

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Features / AWS Transcode

AWS Transcode QName: f:aws-transcode Applying this feature allows a piece of content's default attachment to be automatically transcoded from one filetype to one or more other filetypes. This is done to the specification of custom or AWS predefined presets. Once a transcoding is finished, an array of S3 paths for the transcoded files will be saved back to the content. To use this feature, you will need to have an AWS account with S3 and Amazon Elastic Transcoder setup. You will also need to conf

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Applications / Public Services / Setting up your Email Provider

Setting up your Email Provider The public application services often need to send emails as part of their respective flows. To do this, a public email provider must be configured for the application. This is email provider that the public services will use when dispatching emails as part of a public flow. On this page, we cover a few convenience methods that are available to test your email provider as well as send emails straight away. This page assumes that you are already familiar with email

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Branches

Branches Cloud CMS stands apart from just about every other content management product on the market in that it offers a versioning model that is based around changesets. It is inspired by Git and Mercurial which are popular source-control products within the software development world. As such, Cloud CMS provides a changeset versioning system that captures every touch - every create, update or delete - that you make. Nothing is ever lost. Every data operation is fully transactional with every t

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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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Content Model - Association example

Question. Suppose that I have the following collection types: Customers Orders and I want to store the Customer ID and the Customer Name on each Order… If the customer then updates his Name, how is it possible (if at all) to update the customer’s name on all of his orders - in a single atomic transaction? Answer. For this situation, you would have two content types - Customer and Order. One good way to address this is to utilize an association between the two. You could declare an association ty

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