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Blueprint Developer Manual / Version 2310

Table Of Contents Taxonomy Management

Subject taxonomies can be used to tag content with "flat" information about the content's topic (such as Olympic Games 2012). They can also enrich assets with hierarchical categorization for fine-grained drill down navigation (such as Hardware / Printers / Laser Printer).

Subject Taxonomies are represented by the content type CMTaxonomy which defines the following properties:

Type String
Description Name of this taxonomy node
Type Link list
Description References to subnodes of this taxonomy node
Type String
Description Reference of an equivalent entity in an external system in the form of an ID / URI etc.

Table 5.6. CMTaxonomy Properties

Location taxonomies allow content to be associated with one or more locations. Location taxonomy hierarchies can be used to retrieve content for a larger area even if it is only tagged with a specific element within this area ("All articles for 'USA'" would include articles that are tagged with the taxonomy node North America / USA / Louisiana / New Orleans).

Location taxonomies are represented by the content type CMLocTaxonomy which inherits from CMTaxonomy and adds geographic information for more convenient editing and visualization of a location.

Type String
Description Latitude and longitude of this location separated by comma
Type String
Description The post code of this location

Table 5.7. Additional CMLocTaxonomy Properties

The taxonomy administration editor can be used to create a taxonomy and build a tree of keywords.

Taxonomy Administration Editor

Figure 5.5. Taxonomy Administration Editor

The taxonomy administration editor displays taxonomy trees and provides drag and drop support and the creation and deletion of keywords.

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