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Chapter 4: Content Management Model :.
Chapter 4 describes the extension of the hypertext model for supporting content management functions, like the update of personal information, the filling of trolleys, and so on. New constructs are introduced for representing operations, which are either predefined or generic. Predefined operations represent typical content management and utility functions normally found in Web sites, like the creation, deletion and modification of objects, the user’s login and logout, and the delivery of e-mail messages; generic operations represent black-box functions and enable the integration of WebML applications with external services.
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DifficultCreate&Connect: Web Forum
EasyErrors in Operation Activation