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Re: [Sigia-l] Keeping pages current on an intranet / Best Practic es
From: David R. Austen (dausten_at_hoosier.net)
Date: Wed Apr 10 2002 - 15:13:39 EDT
Sounds like a whole new and specialized area of IA -- preparing for the
day when look-ups will be done Server-to-Server or Client-to-Server.
Along these lines, we created a content management database
that tracks each component on a web page, and not just the entire
Wednesday, April 10, 2002, 2:55:36 PM, you wrote:
ZO> "Fiorito, David" wrote:
>> Yeah but that's all back end stuff. No need to bring it to the front.
ZO> I'm not sure what that means. Data is data. Its 'timeliness' is separate
ZO> from its presentation. What I'm saying is that for a lot of stuff that
ZO> 'front-end' will disappear, as we know it. You won't need, say, three pages
ZO> and four clicks just to get to specific weather info. Data won't
ZO> unnecessarily be schlepped across the network if mod_date/time is not
ZO> 'fresh', whether queried by humans or machines.
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