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Forms / Fields / Related Content

Related Content ID: related-content The related-content field type renders a n upload field that is pre-configured to upload assets and store them as standalone document nodes within the content graph. This is useful, say, if you wanted to let end users upload images and store them in an /Images folder. Sample configuration: { "type": "related-content", "uploadPath": "/Images" } The related content control should be modeled on top of either an object or an array field. This is very simi

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts

Contexts Cloud CMS uses a browser-side configuration service that evaluates "blocks" of configuration rules to determine the overall runtime configuration that drives every page render. Each block contains an evaluator and a snippet of configuration. If the evaluator evaluates to true, the snippet of configuration is included. It is merged into the overall runtime set and then used to make rendering decisions. Most of the Cloud CMS components that render on the screen, such as the left-hand navi

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Integrations / Amazon Web Services / Amazon SNS

Amazon SNS The Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a fast, flexible, fully managed pub-sub messaging service. Use it as a cloud-based mobile app notification service to send push notifications, email, and SMS messages; or as an enterprise-messaging infrastructure. Amazon SNS provides support for Push Notification of messages as well as distribution of messages to custom HTTP endpoints or via conventional SMS, email and other messaging channels. Cloud CMS API Cloud CMS connects to Amazon

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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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Application Server / Tags / @dependency

@dependency Indicates that the cache state for a WCM-generated page has a dependency. Dependencies play two important roles within Cloud CMS. First, they indicate to the runtime whether the previously cached output for a page may be used to service a future request ("requirements"). And second, they identify which data objects were used to build the page output ("produces"). This latter information is then be used to invalidate page objects when content items change within the Cloud CMS editoria

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Role-based security access

You can configure a Cloud CMS project to provide precise, role-based access to content types and content instances. Let's take a look at example of how this is done! Suppose that you have three users - Jim, Dwight and Michael - and two content types (my:article and my:news). We would like things to work like this: Michael is the boss. He is allowed to view, create, edit and delete content content of all types. Dwight is a worker. He is allowed to view, create, edit and delete content of type "my

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / documents-list-buttons

documents-list-buttons [ { "evaluator": "document-is-file", "condition": true, "config": { "documents-list-buttons": [] } }, { "evaluator": "document-is-folder", "condition": true, "config": { "documents-list-buttons": [ { "key": "new", "title": "Create...", "iconClass": "fa fa-magic", "align": "left", "allowPermission": [ "read" ], "buttons": [ {

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Content Modeling / Connectors

Connectors You can create fields in your form which connect to your Cloud CMS content. This is done by configuring the Alpaca field's datasource to use CloudCMS via a connector. Example Suppose you have a type my:category and want to create a dropdown field to select category when creating another document. To do that, you would create a field in your form like this: { ... "category": { "type": "select", "dataSource": { "connector": true, "conf

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User Interface / Projects / Import a Project

Import a Project Backup on same Tenant When a project is exported, as described in "Project Export", the export is placed in the Vault (Platform Manager > Vaults). To make the project available to import select the Archive and select Publish. Once the Archive has been set to Published the project is now available in the 'Create a New Project' list. From an external backup From the Vaults archive list you are able to download your Archive - this will create a zip file. To import the backup file o

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User Interface / Security

Security Create a new Role Create a new Team Add a User to a Project

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / actions

actions [ { "config": { "actions": { "create-content": { "title": "Create a New Content Instance" } } } } ]

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Forms / Fields / Node Picker

Node Picker ID: node-picker The node-picker field type renders a modal picker for a node. The modal picker allows you to filter nodes as well as paginate, sort and inspect nodes. The picker supports single node and multi-node selection depending on how the field is configured. Sample configuration: { "type": "node-picker" } The node picker should be modeled on top of either an object or an array field. The former is used for selection of a single node whereas the latter is used for selectio

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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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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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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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Forms / Fields / File Picker

File Picker ID: file-picker The file-picker field type renders a modal picker for a file. This uses the File Folder service within Cloud CMS to let you browse through folder-based navigation. A breadcrumb is rendered at the top to help users step through the folder hierarchy. Sample configuration: { "type": "file-picker" } As with the node picker, the file picker should be modeled on top of either an object or an array field. The former is used for selection of a single node whereas the lat

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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: 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: 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}

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User Interface

User Interface Cloud CMS provides a full user interface that your editorial team and managers use to create, manage and deliver content to the business, mobile applications and web sites. The user interface is secure, role-based and customizable, allowing your development team to cater the editorial experience to the exact needs of end users. Add-ons Awareness Dashboard Create/Edit Content Embed Media In CKEditor Favorites Multilingual Image Editor Locking Menu Projects Releases Search Security

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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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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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