Related resources with the Content Relationship Engine

Publishing of related resources using the Content Relationship Engine

Publish dialog, showing a referenced image to publish together with the file
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Publishing files referencing new or modified other resources like images, pages or binary downloads will also publish these related files by default.

This enables content editors to do all editing / publishing tasks using only the direct edit feature of OpenCms without the need to use the Explorer view.

The content editor can optionally deactivate the publishing of such related resources in the displayed publish dialog.

Freely definable content categories

Assigning self defined categories to a news
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Content categories can be freely defined in OpenCms and assigned to resources like files and folders in the virtual file system of OpenCms.

To pick all matching resources for a specific category, file collectors of the OpenCms API can be used.

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