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  • 1. Content Management Systems Prerared by,  R.Mujeebabeham.         & M.Nafia Farheen.    
  • 2. Introduction:   Content management systems (CMS) such as  Drupal, Joomla, and Plone enable users to construct  web communities that make available many useful  functionalities to their users.  This study proposes a  repository module for  Universities using web CMS.    
  • 3. Types of CMS :     * Enterprise CMS (ECMS)     * Web CMS (WCMS)     * Document management system (DMS)     * Mobile content management system    
  • 4.   System Tools:  LAMP: a platform consisting of Linux, Apache,  MySQL and Perl/PHP/Python.   The system is written in a scripting language, PHP,          rendering it OS­independent.  MySQL is used as a relational   database backend for storing  data from various Universities.    
  • 5.   Key Functions:  Users can access content from the tree­structure index  and by using keyword searches.    Full text searches work on PDF and MS Office  application formats.   Metadata auto­fill and workflow functions are provided to  support self­archiving by researchers.  Most of the customization can be done on the web  interface, allowing the administrator to operate the  repository easily.    
  • 6.    Key Functions. . . . The administration menu includes:   Item type (modify metadata set and drag&drop tree edit  and modify submission authority),  content review, import,   log analysis (csv and graphical output)     general settings (ranking calculation, log analysis black  list, site license list, full text library setting and so on).    
  • 7.  Future Plans:  We are planning to utilize this  system as an academic   society repository system.   Besides conventional publications such as conference  proceedings and journal articles, various supplemental  data will be published and shared on this site.   One of the goals of this service is to bring together  academic societies and the open science activities, then      make larger the Internet academic community.
  • 8. CMS sites:    
  • 9. CMS sites: ”Joomla”    
  • 10. ”Drupal” CMS sites...    
  • 11. References : http://www.hipertext.net/english/pag1013.htm/ http:// smartech.gatech.edu/handle/    
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