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CMIS

CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) is a standard to enable integration between content management systems. CMIS defines various layers of abstraction, including an object model and generic content classification schema as well as workflow and status management.

CMIS uses SOAP and REST protocols to facilitate communications which means it can be used by a large range of different applications (including those that might not be delivered through a web browser).

CMIS was first ratified by standards organisation, OASIS in 2010 and a new edition (1.1) was approved in 2012. The standard has a lot of support from ECM vendors but has yet to gain widespread acceptance in DAM. There are many common themes, however, and CMIS may become more widely supported by DAM solutions in the future.

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Created by Ralph Windsor on 11/10/2013 at 16:09


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