As a product from the same house, the SMC editorial system is perfectly aligned with the Content Delivery Server, making it an ideal content supplier.
The data available in SMC can be transferred to CDS in various - but always convenient - ways:
The metadata created in the editorial environment is of course also transferred and can be used directly there.
JAMES enables the use of LDAP or oAuth2 for user authentication. This means that existing user directories (e.g. Windows Directory Server) can be integrated. In addition, CDS, Portal, and the SMC Mobile App are implemented with the OAuth 2.0 standard, which uses the current standard for web authentication.
The modern REST API can be used to automate various input/output tasks with specific implementations.
The REST API can be used to import any documentation from an existing software (e.g. knowledge, project or product management). Thus, JAMES can be used as a central access point to your corporate knowledge.
In addition, search queries can be sent to JAMES via the REST API. In this way, the content of the CDS can be integrated into any enterprise services. The content can be delivered natively in HTML5 or XML.
If desired, any other output format provided by SMC can be delivered via the REST API (e.g. Word, PDF, online help).