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A hierarchical file system interface to datyabase-based content management application

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3 Author(s)
Voras, I. ; Fac. of Electr. Eng. & Comput., Zagreb Univ. ; Zimmer, K. ; Zagar, M.

When considering the usability of computer applications one, of the most important factors is the interface they provide for data manipulation. Historically, though each application has defined it's own user interface, some types of interfaces have emerged as most applicable for certain types of data. Over time, some applications (or types of applications) have gained enough popularity that they became ubiquitous and well-known to most computer users to the extent that users consider them the norm, and as such, optimal for their daily tasks. In this paper we present an idea and implemented method of exposing data from a Web content management system in the form of hierarchical file system, manageable and editable by usual file management and office application tools

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Information Technology Interfaces, 2006. 28th International Conference on

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