Content Management Systems (CMS) are usually considered as important software platforms for the creation and maintenance of organizational web sites and intranets. Nevertheless, a simple CMS alone typically does not provide enough support for an organization’s more complex requirements, such as document management and storage. More specifically, such requirements usually present a set of design and implementation issues, which need to be addressed in an extensible manner if the system is to be maintained and evolved over time.
This paper presents the design issues that are subjacent to the architecture of WebC-Docs, a highly-customizable and extensible CMS-based web-application that provides document management functionality. Because of this degree of extensibility, the WebC-Docs toolkit can be configured and used in various kinds of scenarios.
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