On which systems does ContentBoxX run?
ContentBoxX is set up on relational databases. For standard demands, ContentBoxX is generally put together with a MySQL database on a Linux server. Should particular functions be required that this database doesn't provide, ContentBoxX can also be installed on Oracle or other SQL databases, such as Sybase or Informix. Other UNIX dialects, such as Solaris, can also be supported.
ContentBoxX supports all current standards for the exchange of data with other systems, especially XML. Content Syndication is supported with the help of ICE and RSS. Connection to an LDAP server is possible. Functions of the Microsoft .net-Initiative are also supported.
You can operate ContentBoxX either as an ASP service on one of our database servers, or also on a dedicated server in your own computer centre.
The basis package "Standard Web Edition" allows for a low-cost start. An update to the "Professional Edition" and to the "Enterprise Edition" is possible anytime later. Furthermore, individual functions can be added with the help of cartridges. All licences remain unrestricted with respect to the number of users and appointed CPU.
For the integration of ContentBoxX onto a Web site, we put together a
Every individual editorial system requires functions which are not included in the standard edition. Since ContentBoxX is set up on open standard technology such as Java and PHP4, they can be integrated economically and effortlessly.
Version 1.0 of ContentBoxX first came into use in 1997. Die current Version
5.0 has been available since November 2001.