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persistence mode cm repository

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Hi, we are customizing our km repositories and our doubt is:

1.- what is better, DB, DBFS or FSDB ?

Our portal is external, is a service portal for the citizens. We have some kind of content as news, services ... this content is now in Oracle database with self public methods. We have to migrate all that content to km. Some questions:

2.-> Xml forms is independent of DB,DBFS or FSDB? I mean that content that is published with xml forms are xml files, not choose DB, DBFS...

3.-> We need to migrate content from Oracle to KM and if we use xml form How we know the structure of the xml files that we have to generate?

If we use standar repositories How can we migrate the content?

Thanks in advanced.

Regards.

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carsten_buechert
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Hello Optima,

Here some answers or at least some comments to your questions:

1. what is better, DB, DBFS or FSDB?

As always - it depends. I recommend using DB. It's just because of easy and consistent Backup-Procedures. You just backup your database and content (including metadata) ist secured.

2. Xml forms is independent of DB,DBFS or FSDB? I mean that content that is published with xml forms are xml files, not choose DB, DBFS..

That's not true. For as you can store your XML-Files in a database as well.

3. We need to migrate content from Oracle to KM and if we use xml form How we know the structure of the xml files that we have to generate?

What is the form (structure) of your current content? If it is HTML-Files, it will be very hard to do an automatic conversion to XML Forms. If it is XML, you should create the future form, enter some data and look at the structure it produces in KM.

Hope this helped (consider rewarding points if it did)

Carsten