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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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Vignette Europe's StoryServer is to be used by The Guardian newspaper to design its new special-interest web sites.
StoryServer 3, the application from Austin, Texas-based Vignette Corp., integrates a system for producing and managing content with a server for dynamically composing the content.