CMIS

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CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) is an open standard allowing different content management systems to share information over the Internet.

CMIS defines an abstraction layer for controlling diverse document management systems and repositories using web protocols.  This allows different content management systems to connect to each other's repositories to import, access, and publish documents and their metadata.

See Also

  • CMIS - Wikipedia article.
  • CMIS+ - Grooper's infrastructure for standardizing connections to external storage platforms modeled after the CMIS standard.
  • CMIS Connection - The object created and used in Grooper to connect to storage platforms.
  • CMIS Repository - File locations in a document platform Grooper has access to via a CMIS Connection.
  • CMIS Binding - Connection types to individual document storage platforms.
  • CMIS Import - Import documents using CMIS Connections
  • CMIS Export - Export documents using CMIS Connections