Increasingly, information is being reused across applications, portals, devices, and users. Current publishing systems manage content by providing version and access control, the means of publishing pages, organizing workflow, and separating content and design. However, even with support for the separation of content and design, most systems today do not easily accommodate the efficient reuse of information. Their frameworks enable it, but the organization must decide to customize the environment with complicated scripts and custom code. These tools need to support not only the separation of content from design, but also the reuse of content for multiple purposes, and…
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