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User Interface / Workflow / How to Start a Workflow

How to Start a Workflow Note: A Workflow model is defined at Platform level and is available within all projects See workflow video: https://www.cloudcms.com/resources/introduction-to-workflow.html Example Start a workflow from a ‘document’ There are a number ways to start a workflow. Here is just one: open a document Click 'Workflows' and then ‘+Start Workflow’ This will bring up the Start Workflow Form. Complete the fields in the form. Notes: In our example, the Adhoc Workflow, you will need a

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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. Awareness Dashboard Create/Edit Content Embed Media In CKEditor Favorites Multilingual Image Editor Locking Menu Projects Releases Search Security Tags UI

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Forms

Forms Cloud CMS automatically generates and displays mobile-friendly forms using the Alpaca Javascript / HTML5 forms engine. The Alpaca Forms Engine was created by Cloud CMS and is available as an open source project. In addition to the standard library of 40+ controls provided by Alpacajs, Cloud CMS provides support for several additional controls that run within the Cloud CMS user interface. Schemas and Forms Cloud CMS separates the concept of a schema from a form. A schema (or definition) des

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Getting Started / Role-Based Editorial UI

Role-Based Editorial UI The Cloud CMS Editorial application is a responsive web site that runs on web browsers, iPad, iPhone and a myriad of other devices and form factors. It provides a place where users can work together and collaborate in meaningful ways based on the roles they have been given. As an example, when a Manager signs on to the Editorial environment, he or she will have access to many managerial functions, such as the ability to add or remove team members. Those options will appea

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Projects

Projects In Cloud CMS, a Project is an isolated workspace in which your team can collaborate on the production and publication of content. You can create as many Projects as you wish. Within each Project, you can: Design your content model (types, features and associations) Build out editorial forms for easy-content entry Wire up "automagic" business logic consisting of Rules, Actions and Conditions to automatically do things like call out to web hooks, send emails or sanitize your data as edito

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General / Custom Domain Name

Custom Domain Name Cloud CMS allows you to customize the domain name for the editorial user interface. Custom domain names are supported for both SaaS and on-premise installation accounts. Tenant URL Every Cloud CMS subscriber is given a tenant domain URL that looks like this: mytenant.cloudcms.net Where mytenant is the subdomain you picked when you created your account. You're free to change this subdomain at any time (no additional steps needed). This URL serves back the editorial environment

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Modules / Create a Module / Plugins

Plugins Cloud CMS plugins let you enhance your editorial user interface with new features and capabilities that integrate to popular third-party services like YouTube, Vimeo and Google Docs. Plugins provision your editorial environment with things like: new form field types that integrate to third-party services new user interface pages for browsing and working with media from third-party services new actions or rules to enhance your repository's business logic new content types, associations an

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Content definition - JSON Schema v4 document

1. A content definition is a JSON Schema v4 document. As such, the valid property types are those supported by JSON Schema itself, described more thoroughly here: http://json-schema.org/latest/json-schema-core.html (Specifically, look under section 4.2.1 Instance Data Model) 2. The default path capability is frequently used to make sure that content of a given type is stored into a predictable "folder" structure. You're right to be inquisitive about what this means since everything in Cloud CMS

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General / Locking

Locking Cloud CMS supports locking of nodes (or content instances). Locking allows content editorial team members to explicitly block other editors from working on content that they're already working on. When a piece of content is locked by a user, all other users in the project who have access to the piece of content will be prohibited from making modifications. They will be able to read the content but they will not be able to save any modifications. Once the lock is released by the user who

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Getting Started / Web Forms

Web Forms Cloud CMS provides an forms engine that instantly renders user interface forms on top of your content models. As your content models change, forms are automatically updated to provide an intuitive and easy-to-use editorial experience. Forms automatically calibrate for the most common web controls including text, numbers, text areas, drop downs, radio buttons, checkbox elements and nested fields (arrays, sub-objects). Cloud CMS integrates the powerful, open-source Alpaca.js Forms Engine

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Publishing / Lifecycle States

Lifecycle States Cloud CMS contains four content Lifecycle States during the Publishing process of a content. These define the state of the Content in the Publishing Lifecycle. Each state will have an ID, Title and a Preview Endpoint The four states in the Publishing lifecycle are : - None - Draft - Live - Archived You can look at the lifecycle states as follows: Each state has a Preview Endpoint which can be defined or modified under Preview Servers. These gives a chance to instantly preview th

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Getting Started

Getting Started Welcome to the Cloud CMS Documentation center. Cloud CMS is an API-first content management system that provides everything you need on the back end to power web sites and mobile applications. Cloud CMS makes it easy for your business users to create, manage and publish amazing content to your users! You are reading the Getting Started guide. To learn more about Cloud CMS and what it does, select from the links provided below or use the tree on the left-hand side. We offer severa

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Internationalization (I18N)

All of the content that you create within Cloud CMS supports localized translation. This is often referred to as internationalization (I18N) in the enterprise world. Cloud CMS has full support for localization so that any content you put into Cloud CMS supports multiple translation bundles. When content is retrieved from Cloud CMS, either through the APIs, the editorial interface or from your own applications, Cloud CMS respects the locale being requested and serves back a best-match fit for tha

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User Interface / Menu

Menu Although having the ability to do a lot of stuff is great, sometimes too many things to do can be overwhelming. So we provide you with a way to configure menus on all the different pages. You can Customize menus to display Change menu titles Customize Menus to Display Here's a screenshot of "Manage Platform" page. On the left hand side, you can see a super long menu separated into two blocks: "MANAGE PLATFORM" and "DEVELOPERS", each with quite a few submenus. An editorial manager may not wa

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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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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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Forms / Fields / CK Editor

CK Editor ID: ckeditor The ckeditor field renders the popular CKEditor HTML control. This offers a fully-featured HTML editor on top of a string schema type. It is ideal for situations where you wish to provide your editorial team with the ability to edit HTML visually and offers a large range of plugins and behaviors that you can customize. For basic information of what is possible in terms of configuring this field type, please view the Alpaca Forms documentation for the CKEditor field. Config

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Docker / Kits

Kits Cloud CMS ships a number of pre-built kits containing Docker configuration files to help you get start. These kits are built from customer feedback to provide the most commonly requested scenarios. They can be used straight away or at the very least can serve as a useful reference. To download the Cloud CMS Docker Kits, please visit our Docker download page. Kits All of the Docker kits utilize Docker and Docker Compose. In each kit, you'll find a docker-compose.yml file which describes the

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Content Modeling / Behaviors

Behaviors Cloud CMS lets you wire in behaviors behind your content models so that rules automatically execute when your content is touched. Content editors work with simple forms to create content that conforms to your defined content models. When that content is created, updated or deleted, it automatically triggers policies (or events) which you use to bind in custom behaviors. In this way, the developers can wire up behaviors and the editorial team never needs to know about it. Furthermore, b

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Integrations / Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS The Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a fast, reliable, scalable, fully managed message queuing service. Amazon SQS makes it simple and cost-effective to decouple the components of a cloud application. You can use Amazon SQS to transmit any volume of data, at any level of throughput, without losing messages or requiring other services to be always available. Cloud CMS Application Server The Cloud CMS Application Server is a middle-tier cluster that sits between your mobile/web appl

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Search / Query String Reference

Query String Reference Cloud CMS lets you search for your content using either a text-based query string or a JSON block. These two methods are fairly equivalent for most typical operations. They provide two ways to express a search operation that will execute within Elastic Search. They are expressions of the Elastic Search DSL. This portion of the documentation goes into some of things you can do with the former, textual representation of an Elastic Search query string. In Cloud CMS, you can t

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Search

Search Any content you put into Cloud CMS is automatically indexed for full-text and structured search. This lets your editorial teams instantly search for content and find the things they're looking for. Under the hood, Cloud CMS uses Elastic Search and makes available to your editorial users and developers the full syntax of the Elastic Search Query DSL. This allows you to execute simple searches as well as more complex queries that take into account term and phrase matching, nested operations

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Query

Query Cloud CMS provides SQL-like, structured query for all of your content. The platform uses MongoDB under the hood to store the JSON for your content. MongoDB offers a powerful, unmatched query engine so that you can execute complex lookups of your content to support both your editorial and runtime application needs. The platform also offers "composite" query operations which let you layer MongoDB queries on top of Elastic Search DSL searches and traversals around node objects. Cloud CMS auto

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Rules

Rules Content Rules provide a way for you to wire in business logic behind the content graph. Once they're set up, rules run automatically as content is created, updated and deleted within your branch. Rules are content nodes with a JSON payload the describes the Conditions and Actions to be triggered. As with all behaviors, Rule 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 asso

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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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