AW: [opencms-dev] article management module

Ulrich Rueth ulrich.rueth at
Tue Jun 10 22:50:02 CEST 2003

Hi Nicolas,

I have written my own article management "module" (it's not really a module
yet, it still is part of other self-made classes, but it could be isolated).
It uses one single xml file for each article. This can include author, date,
title, subtitle, summary, and one or more section, each of which consists of
text, images and/or links. There is a element (jsp) where all articles of
one certain folder are summarised, which you can include in any page (the
location of the articles folder needs to be specified in a property of this
page), and if you click the "Read" link ("Lesen" in German), the article is
generated from the xml file. Like this, you have one single source of
information. For the article itself, there is a jsptemplate. There is no
administration view or whatsoever, you need to edit the article xml files

As I said, all is fitted to my own homepage (, all is exported
statically there, I don't have an own server), so it would be a bit of work
to isolate and document it. But if others then further develop it, I might
be willing to do this work... Question is only when, I don't have much time

Please tell me if interested.


> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: opencms-dev-admin at
> [mailto:opencms-dev-admin at]Im Auftrag von Nicolas Delsaux
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 10. Juni 2003 16:07
> An: opencms-dev at
> Betreff: [opencms-dev] article management module
> After the news module discussed sooner, here is the time for a question
> about a maybe existing article management module.
> Is there any Open-Source article management module existing, with all the
> pages already existing, allowing a simple publishing process ?
> Thanks
> --
> Nicolas Delsaux
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