[MarkLogic Dev General] MarkLogic, SharePoint, and Invision Xpress
Justin.Makeig at marklogic.com
Fri Sep 5 11:52:23 PDT 2008
Many of our customers and partners have integrated MarkLogic with content management and authoring systems in much the same way that you describe. I think one of the benefits of this approach is that you get the power of MarkLogic for things like granular search and reuse and dynamic delivery along with the sophisticated workflows and editorial features that these other systems provide. There are many different shapes that this type of integration can take.
SharePoint, in particular, is on our radar screen for possible integration opportunities. I’ll be able to reveal more as our product plans come together in the coming months. In the meantime, I’d love to hear more about how you (or others on the MarkLogic developer list) use or plan to use SharePoint with your content.
Also, if you have particular questions about getting up and running with MarkLogic Server, please post them to this list or contact me directly.
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From: general-bounces at developer.marklogic.com [mailto:general-bounces at developer.marklogic.com] On Behalf Of Sumankumar Ranganathachari
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 12:16 AM
To: general at developer.marklogic.com
Subject: [MarkLogic Dev General] MarkLogic, SharePoint, and Invision Xpress
I am not a developer and my understanding of the underlying technology (both SharePoint and MarkLogic) is at best, minimal. I
have been given the task of researching on XML Authoring system (for a team of technical writers that create product manuals). I have a few questions:
1) Can we use a combination of an XML editor/framework like Invision Xpress + SharePoint (for workflow and content management) + MarkLogic (for dynamic content assembly and publishing) ? We plan to host a website for all product information, including documentation of all our products (CRM, ERP).
2) What would be the pros and cons of this approach?
3) Do you see any cost benefits (we already have SharePoint licenses) as against a proprietary ECM + publishing engine?
See http://www.invisionresearch.com/xpressxml.html <http://www.invisionresearch.com/xpressxml.html>
I know these are not very technical questions but I'd appreciate if you shared your thoughts.
P.S. I installed MarkLogic Community version to see what it was all about but of course I am stuck.
Suman Kumar. R
User Experience Specialist
CDC Software | the Customer-Driven Company™
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