Glossary

Below is a list of glossary terms used to describe key areas and functionality in Ingeniux products. 

Action - defines a specific action the system takes during a workflow transition, i.e. send mail to specified users etc.

Administrator Client - PC Based client designed to create, edit content in addition to managing the Ingeniux Design-time server.

Ancestor - refers to page(s) existing on levels higher than the currently selected page in the Site tree.

Ancestor Navigation - navigation(s) referencing nodes one level and above the current page.

Application Pool - an area in system memory utilized by IIS to run one or IIS applications.

Application Pool Account - Windows account assigned to an application whose credentials are used by IIS to access system resources.

Archive - storage of Ingeniux pages to a Microsoft SQL database.

Assign To - administrative function that assigns the selected page to another user.

Assignment List - provides a list of pages currently assigned to the logged in user.

Attributes - additional data contained within element tags which describe the element it is associated with.

Check-In - process of submitting changes to the CMS, prior to publishing a page.

Check-out - process of requesting permission to make changes to a page.

Child - refers to page(s) existing one level below the currently selected page in the Site tree.Child Navigation - navigation(s) referencing nodes below the current page.

Component - contains content that can be reused in multiple pages of the site.

Content Store - set of xml pages that make up the site is collectively referred to as the content store.

DB Query - specific type of component or element used to pull data from an external Database.

Dependencies - are the connections between pages.

Dependency Graphs - database, specific to the publishing target that contains the list of dependencies for each page.

Design Time Server - site used by Content Creators to build, manage, and publish content. (Also known as the Development Server.)

(X)HTML Editor - provides editing environment to richly format content within a CDATA block.

Edit Pane - displays selected page in Site Tree and provides the interface for editing the currently selected page if a given page is checked out and it is assigned to the user or the user that has administrative rights to the page.

Elements - smallest logical division of an xml file represented by tags, i.e. .

Exports - xml data beyond XID, URL, Schema, and Name, configured to be included within a navigations. Local exports apply to the specific element; Global exports apply across all pages in the site.

Enhanced Real-Time Monitoring - Peer Sync scanning operations that tracks in real time a list of files between two directories and ensures the files contained in these directories.

Full Access - allows specified group ability modify the node (and the nodes inheriting this permission).

Full Publish - publishes all checked in pages marked for publish for a given publishing target; deletes the contents of the Publishing Target before publishing all pages.

Incremental Publish - publishes selected pages and its dependent pages to publishing target.

Index Service - Windows Server service providing indexing of Ingeniux design time site for Search functionality.

Index Catalog - file storing the content indexes used by the Index Service.

Ingeniux Client - Active X Controls or Mac Application used to build, manage, and publish content by connecting to the Design-time Server.

Mark for Publish - marks a selected page for publish; pages marked for publish are published on the next full publish.

Navigation - part of a page that provides a link to another resource.

Page Creation Rule - rule specifying a page template used to create a new page as well specify the location within the site tree the new page is created. Page Creation Rules are used in conjunction with workflow to simplify the creation and management of content.

Page Template/Schema - XML page used as a template for creating new pages; specifies the structure including the element types and their attributes.

Page Types - specifies a particular page template to use when creating a new page.

Pages - XML Page created from Page Template containing content with XID and Layout Attribute which points to specific Style sheet.

Parent - refers to page(s) existing one level above the currently selected page in the Site Tree.

Peer Sync - third party utility used to replicate published pages from the design time server to the run time server.

Peer Sync Job - specific replication task within a Peer Sync Profile.

Peer Sync Profile - specific set of jobs and global configurations using the same service account. An Ingeniux installation should only need one profile.

Peer Sync Service Account - Windows account used by Peer Sync to access and modify files in the design time and run time servers, whether local or between to physical servers.

Permissions - refers to the functions a given User Group is able to perform, i.e. see site tree, delete pages, create pages, etc.

Preview - applies specified style sheet to the current selected page to provide a view of what the page will look like on the run time server.

Publish - initiates the processing of a page by Ingeniux CMS in order to ready the page for posting to the live, world-facing site. The process of creating XML pages to be replicated to the run-time server.

Publish As - publishes duplicate page of the selected page to the Publishing Target with specified friendly name.

Publishing Targets - sub-directory of the \xml\pub directory to which pages are published to specified during an incremental or full publish.

Read-Only Access - allows specified group the ability to view the node (and the nodes inheriting this permission).

Recycle Bin - stores deleted pages. Pages can be restored if the Recycle Bin has not been emptied.

Replication - process of copying published pages from the Design-time to the run-time server.

Read-Only Access - allows specified group the ability to view the node (and the nodes inheriting this permission).

Revert (to Prior Version) - action to restore a previous version of a page via the History Tab and the Versioning functionality.

Rollback - action to rollback to the currently checked in version of the page there by deleting any changes made since the last check in.

Rule ID - refers to the ID associated with a particular Page Creation Rule.

Run Time Server - public facing, whether to a department, company, university, or the Internet, website that serves content that has been published by the design time site. (Also known as the Production Server).

Sibling - refers to page(s) existing on the same level as the currently selected page in the Site Tree.

Sibling Navigation - design time directory from which Peer Sync replicates content to a run time site (Target directory).

Site Map - design time directory from which Peer Sync replicates content to a run time site (Target directory).

Site Tree - logical representation of how pages are organized into ancestors, siblings, and children.

Source Directory - design time directory from which Peer Sync replicates content to a run time site (Target directory).

Static Directories - directory containing content that does not change such as documents, media files, etc. The four directories are as follows: Documents, Images, Media, PreBuilt.

Static Directories Job - Peer Sync job designed to replicate content between static directories on the design time and run time servers.

Style Sheet - file used to format an XML document.

Transition - defines the movement of a page between two specific workstates; defines which actions occur during the transition.

Trigger File - file, publishdone.txt, used to indicate when a publish has completed; used by Peer Sync to start the replication of newly published pages to the run-time server.

Universal Client - browser neutral cms client designed for editing and creating content within the cms.

Unmark for Publish - unmarks a selected page for publish preventing this page from being published.

Upload - function within all three clients that allows the user to load documents, images, media, or other binaries onto the design-time server.

User Agent - user agent is used to determine which style sheet will be used to render the content for a particular client. For example if a client is using a Safari browser to access the site, then we need to use the style sheet that is specific to this particular user agent.

User Groups - divide users into logical groups to which permissions are assigned.

User Manager - provides an interface to manage users and user groups on the site.

Users - account with access to the Ingeniux system; must be a member of a user group to be able to perform any functions.

Versioning - Functionality, when enabled, provides the storage of up to a predefined number of previously checked in versions of a given page.

Workflow - provides an automated mechanism for moving content through the Ingeniux system. A workflow process is defined by a sequence of workstates that a page must move through as work is completed.

Workflow Administrator - interface that is used to perform administrative tasks related to Workflows.

Workflow Log - log returns the workflow data associated with the site. The log is stores as .db file (workflowlog.db) in the xml directory of the site. Workflow log Entry - entry in the Workflow Log.

Workstate - the location of a given page within a workflow.

XML - document utilizing tags to logically structure content. This document does not contain any formatting information.

XSLT - style sheet language used to format an XML document.

XSLT Processor - Application that applies XSLT style sheets to current XML transforming the XML and generating new XML in the process.