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The CMIS Standard: Eight Things You Need To Know

by Naresh Sarwan on May 5, 2010

In this article, John Mancini speaks to Laurence Hart about why he believes that the CMIS standard will consumerise the ECM market and covers eight points regarding the standard that everyone should know. 

“CMIS is not a new interface into your content repository.  At its core, it is a Content Domain Model.  It defines a way to abstract the structure of any content repository into a common framework.  On top of that, two different protocol binding have been defined to allow applications to interact with the underlying domain model.  The two initial binding are the Web Services and Restful AtomPub bindings.  As new technologies are developed, new binding can be developed, extending the power of CMIS in the years to come. “ [Read More]

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