Have you ever wanted to know the permissions of a certain user, not just for a single content but in the whole system? We had a permission setting page for a long time but that did not give administrators the full picture. From now on you can make use of our brand-new permission visualization tool! [More]
Content Lists (previously Listers) have been improved internally, and augmented with an intuitive user interface.
Workspaces are now ready for real-life deployment and everyday work.
We finally implemented indexing and search via Lucene.NET, boosting overall speed by several magnitudes.
A new permission management system has been added, boosting overall speed and providing full support for ACLs.
We have re-thinked the Content Type hierarchy, and in the pr... [More]
I am really excited to announce that today -as part of the Beta5 marching- we checked in the SenseNetDataSource feature.
With this new ASP.NET DataSource you can use the Sense/Net Content Repository with the rich set of DataBound controls provided by Microsoft and other vendors (like GridView, ListView or Form) to produce more in less time using the data driven, rapid application development approach.
Also, the SenseNetDataSource (and some other controls I’ll tell you about later)... [More]
Julian Wraith recently started a debate on the future of content management. Darren Ferguson attacked the question from a different angle listing real-world vendor issues that need to be fixed before moving forward. He also encouraged vendors to evaluate themselves to see what issues they need to work on. Here is the list and how Sense/Net 6.0 deals with these issues. ISSUE FIXED IN SENSE/NET 6.0 I want to access your CMS w... [More]
Update (2009.03.27): Portal File System (PFS) was renamed to Sense/Net Content Repository (SNCR) in Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 3 In the Java world there is a common interface specification for storing content, the java content repository (JSR-170). A content repository is a kind of object database specially made to store, retrieve and search hierarchical data. In the Microsoft .Net environment so far we had only one de facto standard, the SharePoint Data Store, a proprietary, closed source system. ... [More]