Instantiating a Taxonomy

Now that you have defined the taxonomy, you need to implement it. This is the phase when content and documents are assigned to locations within the taxonomy. Once the taxonomy tree has been created, all the documents in the system are tagged as belonging to one or more taxonomy categories. This process is typically referred to as categorization, tagging, or profiling, depending on the vendor. Users can then browse and search within specific categories.

Creating Categories in Content Management Server

Content Management Server uses channels to store taxonomy information. The channels help organize the pages of a site along consistent patterns and facilitate navigation. Chapter 9 discusses how channels are created in Content ...

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