• Output of ZMS data tables as CSV
    The abbreviation CSV (Character Separated Values, also Comma Separated Values) stands for a file format. A simply structured XML-code underlies the ZMS data table that can be transformed with DTML or XSLT to CSV. In this way ZMS data table contents can be transferred very easily to other database systems. The example shows the variant with XSLT.
  • ZMS mit XStandard-Editor
    XStandard is the leading standards-compliant plug-in WYSIWYG editor for Windows desktop applications and browser-based content management systems. ZMS 2.9.2 is released with the free partner version of the XStandard editor.
  • More information on Zope Page Templates can be found in the Zope book
    Zope Page Templates (ZPT) with TAL and METAL elements can be readily used together with ZMS. There is no special support for ZPT/TAL in ZMS, e.g. you can not directly use ZPT/TAL in methods defined in Special Objects, but you can call a Zope Page Template from a DTML method as well as include the output of a DTML method in a Zope Page Template.
  • Debug Mode
    With activated 'ZMS-Log' ZMS 2.3 records the sequence of internal function calls; This helps when analysing errors of one´s own extensions of the system.
  • How to update ZMS 2.3
    From ZMS-Version 2.2 on the character encoding UTF-8 is used. For this reason some issues are to be recognized when updating to ZMS2.2+/Zope2.7+. Regularly, the ISO-Latin Code must be substituted by HTML entities within templates and special objects. Also some CSS adaptations are to be done, especially concerning the ZMS teaser element. Find here a short list of the most important steps when updating.
  • EU enlargement with ZMS
    A first step to address the markets of new acceding countries can be to show presence. The online presence with ZMS provides a highly efficient communication platform with which an enterprise may herald its "EU expansion".
  • 16.01.2002: Frei definierbare Dokument-Objekte
    Die neuen Objekttypen "Special Document" und "Special Object" erlauben die rationelle Arbeit mit wiederkehrenden Dokumenttypen bzw. Dokument-Bestandteilen (wie z.B. Abstracts, News, Terminhinweise etc.).