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From Bertrand Delacretaz <bdelacre...@codeconsult.ch>
Subject Re: staging/promotion
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 14:07:31 GMT
Hi Rob,,

On Monday 21 January 2002 14:56, Robert Koberg wrote:
> Is something that has been published content (for example, the resulting
> HTML page)? Content remains unaffected when publishing in my view. Content
> should only be affected during development and bug fixing. During QA -->
> Live the content should never change (but perhaps it's location does, or
> not). I think we are talking about semantics here, I just want to get on
> the same page.

I was thinking about XML content that is dynamically published (as HTML or 
something else), but not pre-published HTML if that is what you mean. In my 
view HTML content does not exist in files, only when it is dynamically 
generated (and then maybe you use wget to copy it to static files with no 
more processing of any kind).

So, for me "content" is XML stored in a repository (database or filesystem) 
or generated from backend databases, and it is this content that I'd like to 
be able to filter securely based on request/user/site attributes.

Hope I'm being clear?
- Bertrand

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