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Content Model File Structure

Content Model File Structure

It is important to know how a content model file is constructed in order to create, modify, or deploy a Content Model in the ACS Repository. This lesson provides the fundamental concepts and elements of a Content Model eXtensible Markup Language (XML) file.

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About this lesson

This lesson is built for Business Analysts, Systems Administrators, and Developers who need the essential understanding of the content model file structure. In this lesson we start with the Unified Modeling Language and XML standards that define the content model XML file. We guide you through the Prolog and Content sections of the file, defining each major element and discussing their requirements and importance to a valid content model file.

At the end of this lesson you should be able to: 

  • Define the standards required of a valid content model. 
  • Explain the major elements and their location within the content model XML file. 
  • Apply standards to create or modify a custom content model.

Curriculum30 min

  • Lesson Content
  • Lesson Survey

About this lesson

This lesson is built for Business Analysts, Systems Administrators, and Developers who need the essential understanding of the content model file structure. In this lesson we start with the Unified Modeling Language and XML standards that define the content model XML file. We guide you through the Prolog and Content sections of the file, defining each major element and discussing their requirements and importance to a valid content model file.

At the end of this lesson you should be able to: 

  • Define the standards required of a valid content model. 
  • Explain the major elements and their location within the content model XML file. 
  • Apply standards to create or modify a custom content model.

Curriculum30 min

  • Lesson Content
  • Lesson Survey