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Applications for managing Web content are becomingincreasingly specialized as vendors develop products forspecific needs. This week, Eprise Corp. will introduce a Webcontent-management system billed as easy to use, whilePlatinum Technology Inc. will release a product thatintegrates with network-management systems.
Eprise's Participant Server 2.0 lets companies set rulesthat determine the content each user can see and modify.Depending on a user's level of access, he or she can updateWeb pages without coding HTML and forward changes to asupervisor for approval. Version 2.0 adds Extensible MarkupLanguage interfaces that link the server's business rules toComponent Object Model objects, Active Server Page scripts,and Cold Fusion pages--all of which developers build onseparate application servers. Participant Server 2.0 isavailable now and is priced at $50,000.
Platinum's Raveller 2.0 also lets companies create content-publishing templates. But the product also integrates withnetwork-management systems, such as Platinum's ProVision orComputer Associates' Unicenter. Administrators can use anetwork-management console to track every time content ispublished on a Web server. Users can set Raveller 2.0 totransfer content to a Web server at a scheduled time. If thetransfer fails, the system can notify an administrator bypager. Log-analysis reports let companies watch how Web-sitetraffic patterns change when content is updated. The productis available now, with pricing starting at $55,000.
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