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   <li> CMS - Content Mangement System (i.e. Web Content).
 
   <li> CMS - Content Mangement System (i.e. Web Content).
   <li> DMS (I,II) - Data Management System (i.e [[Burroughs]]).
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   <li> [[:en:Unisys DMSII|DMS (I,II)]] - Data Management System (i.e [[Burroughs]]).
 
   <li> [[DCMS]] - Domain Content Management System.
 
   <li> [[DCMS]] - Domain Content Management System.
 
   <li> DCMS-X - An abstraction referring to an [[AII]] with aspects:
 
   <li> DCMS-X - An abstraction referring to an [[AII]] with aspects:
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   <li> DMS II was the Burroughs relational database known to us before the Unisys merger.<br>
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   <li> DMS II was the Burroughs network-relational database known to us before the Unisys merger.<br>
 
We reinterpret it to signify the physical model needed for the domain control program that executes WFL.<br>
 
We reinterpret it to signify the physical model needed for the domain control program that executes WFL.<br>
 
Relational data and Knowledge bases represented in [[XSQL]] constitute a "DMS III" based on this connotation of "DMS II".
 
Relational data and Knowledge bases represented in [[XSQL]] constitute a "DMS III" based on this connotation of "DMS II".
 
   <li> The DCMS-<X> are applications which have been integrated into these domains using the ai-integration software.
 
   <li> The DCMS-<X> are applications which have been integrated into these domains using the ai-integration software.
<blockquote> This one we call "the skin" ('DCMS-W',  'EG') the Wikipedia CMS. DCMS-E (uses [http://everydevel.com <b><i>E</i></b>] ('ecore'/'slashcore') a legacy mod-perl based CMS), Lisp or Java and other bindings to DCMS are denoted by single letter assignments to <<X>>.
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<blockquote> This one we call "the skin" ('DCMS-W',  'EG') the Wikipedia CMS. DCMS-E (uses [http://everydevel.com <b><i>E</i></b>] ('ecore'/'slashcore') a legacy mod-perl based CMS), Lisp or Java and other bindings to DCMS are denoted by single letter assignments to <b><X></b>.
 
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DMS I, in the WFL/VS context, is the Andrew File System implemented by [[Georg|DCP]].
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DMS I, in the WFL/VS context, is whatever is bound to the Linux kernel for inter-host file system aggregation, by default NFS4, which [[Georg|DCP]] uses to access the fses under its control.

Latest revision as of 00:06, 28 July 2012

Nomenclature, Etymology

  • CMS - Content Mangement System (i.e. Web Content).
  • DMS (I,II) - Data Management System (i.e Burroughs).
  • DCMS - Domain Content Management System.
  • DCMS-X - An abstraction referring to an AII with aspects:
  • DMS II was the Burroughs network-relational database known to us before the Unisys merger.
    We reinterpret it to signify the physical model needed for the domain control program that executes WFL.
    Relational data and Knowledge bases represented in XSQL constitute a "DMS III" based on this connotation of "DMS II".
  • The DCMS-<X> are applications which have been integrated into these domains using the ai-integration software.

    This one we call "the skin" ('DCMS-W', 'EG') the Wikipedia CMS. DCMS-E (uses E ('ecore'/'slashcore') a legacy mod-perl based CMS), Lisp or Java and other bindings to DCMS are denoted by single letter assignments to <X>.

The vitality of integrated 3rd party packages varies, e.g.: DCMS-E is frozen while DCMS-W will remain in synch with major releases.

DMS I, in the WFL/VS context, is whatever is bound to the Linux kernel for inter-host file system aggregation, by default NFS4, which DCP uses to access the fses under its control.