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StoryServer

An earlier Web server application platform from Vignette Corporation, Austin, TX (www.vignette.com) that was used to build portals, e-commerce and self-service sites. It included facilities for building and managing content, personalizing the experience for the user and integrating everything with new technologies as well as legacy and custom applications. StoryServer evolved into Vignette V7. See Vignette V7.
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For instance, BEA Systems' WebLogic, BroadVision's One-To-One, IBM's WebSphere, and Vignette's StoryServer.
As a more complex example, Quark's avenue quark creates XML documents from QuarkXPress pages that are intended for the Vignette StoryServer Web publishing system.
Off-the-shelf content management systems include StoryServer from Vignette.
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Ektron also provides sample code for Allaire's ColdFusion and Spectra, JSP, PHP, Microsoft Active Server Pages, and Vignette StoryServer.
In September the company announced the integration of StoryServer with IBM Corp's Net.
Compaq has utilized Vignette StoryServer 4 software to build its new website at http://www.
Vignette Europe's StoryServer is to be used by The Guardian newspaper to design its new special-interest web sites.
In addition, the Verity development platform is enabling the integration of Vignette's StoryServer and the Oracle 8i database into BNA's comprehensive solution, providing the "glue" necessary in constructing complex online publishing sites.
At Internet World in New York yesterday, Sandpiper made good on those promises by unveiling an open application platform for content delivery networks, including a special service offering that allows Vignette Corp's popular publishing engine, StoryServer, to be integrated with FootPrint.
Meanwhile, enCommerce has also integrated its getAccess software with Vignette Corp's StoryServer system, which manages and delivers personalised information to customers via the Internet.