Ontologie : Urbanités

élément : Standard_Class

rdf:ID : Content_Management_Interoperability_Services

rdfs:label : Content Management Interoperability Services

Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is a standards proposal consisting of a set of Web services for sharing information among disparate content repositories that seeks to ensure interoperability for people and applications using multiple content repositories. Alfresco, Day Software, Dennis Hamilton, EMC, FatWire, IBM, Microsoft, Open Text, Oracle and SAP have joined forces to propose CMIS, the first Web services technical specification for exchanging content with and between Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems. The standards proposal has been registered for public comment with OASIS.

More specifically, Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is a technical specification domain model (data and services) for interacting with a document-centric ECM repository via Web Services. It provides a content management domain-specific data model, a set of generic services that act on that data model and several protocol bindings for these services, including: SOAP and Representational State Transfer (REST)/(Atom).

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