X-Hive/Docato 1.0

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Program licensingScript Licensing : Commercial License - price n/a
CreatedCreated : Jun 9, 2007
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X-Hive/Docato is a Component Content Management ...

X-Hive/Docato by X-Hive Corporation is a Component content Management System (CCMS). It manages document components, rather than whole documents. Managing at a document level is necessary, but not always sufficient, especially if you want to maximize the efficient re-use of existing content.
Components of content can be shared, reviewed, updated, or combined and compiled into different aggregations and collections. Each component is separately edited and re-used, and workflow requirements are enforced on each component.
Each component has its own lifecycle and properties (versions, owners, approvals), which allow fine-grained reuse and trace ability.
The CCMS provides a single point of access to these components, delivering content both in a traditional document format (for viewing and printing) and in granular format for re-use. Eliminating search, interpretation, and re-keying by end-users.
Features:
No predefined componentization
X-Hive/Docato 1.0 does not rely on a predefined component setup. Traditional XML-enabled content management systems define a level of decomponentization upfront.
Based on this level, the original document is shredded into components. The underlying relational storage model then stores these shredded documents in tables.
X-Hive/Docato [xhive.0.exe] uses X-Hive/DB as the underlying native XML database, eliminating the inflexibility of predefined data structures of relational databases created by traditional content management systems.
The disadvantage of the traditional approach is that you have to define the decomponentization level upfront. Since the database setup is tied to the decomponentization level, you are locked in.
This means that you cannot change the level after the initial setup. X-Hive/Docato - 0MB uses a different native XML approach, allowing document fragments to be addressed separately despite their physical level.
Freedom of linking
X-Hive/Docato 1.0 allows you to choose your level of linking. Having total freedom to link helps but it is harder to find correct link targets. X-Hive/Docato has the solution; a unique feature called the Schema Mapper which allows for the definition of all possible link constructs for a particular project .
Defining possible link constructs is a boon to the author trying to find a link target which is independent of the physical structure.
Linking and Versioning
X-Hive/Docato solves advanced linking problems in versioned content. With traditional content management systems a combination of linking and versioning often leads to snowball effects of modifications in the content base. X-Hive/Docato uses a model of abstract links which eliminates unnecessary changes in your documentation.
100% XML technology
X-Hive/Docato is 100% based on pure XML technology and on W3C standards, meaning that X-Hive/Docato can easily be extended or modified without using proprietary technology (which can often lead to vendor lock-in).
Thin client architecture
X-Hive/Docato is based on a thin client architecture eliminating the overhead of network-intensive fat client architectures. Browser-based architectures enable working in distributed environments while using standard http-based communication. In addition, X-Hive/Docato does not rely on client-side installations.
Extendible and adaptable
X-Hive/Docato's open architecture allows you to extend and adapt in an unseen but efficient way. X-Hive/Docato's user interface is build using XUL and XSLT stylesheets.
Changing X-Hive/Docato's look and feel is as simple as changing the applications stylesheet. X-Hive/Docato's functionality can be extended using X-Hive/Docato's XML User Interface language and the X-Hive/Docato api.
Build to last
X-Hive/Docato offers the ability to migrate existing documentation towards new document structure needs. X-Hive/Docato's impact analyzer simulates these structural changes.
X-Hive/Docato's migration utility helps document managers automatically upgrade their content base to new requirements without painful manual intervention or loss of version history.
Docato allows you to shift from SGML to XML
SGML users attest that X-Hive/Docato has the right functionality to make the shift from SGML to XML.

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