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  1. #1
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    designing database about cms system

    Hi

    im very new to database world and i would like to start learning the staff

    i have chosen a topic, which is CMS(Content management system), want to start with a simple cms like wordpress or 10 Simple and Light Weight CMS Solutions | Tools
    my problem is that as im new to data base, i dont know what elements of a topic could be used in a data base design and im trying to understand it this time

    i gathered cms system analyze from some articles like http://www.uwic.ac.uk/staffnet/is_fo...port_01-02.pdf
    (but alot simpler than this article i.e wordpress) and i red it all but i dont know what of it could be the elements of a database and i need some help in the analyze

    Please guide me what to do?

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    Take a look at some of the other threads on this forum to get an idea of elements and their attributes.

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    I have problem understanding one concept of cms, which is in its structure about reporting between its elements...i dont know how to explain but i can explain it by an example...

    a factory system for example:

    there are several report transactions inside the system, i.e storekeeper of the factory reports stock to the finance, or finance reports several reports to management about everything about finance and salary

    inside the cms, what factor, reports what to where?
    and also i need the kind of reports which involve users and is filtered and gained from database for the sake of users

    please help me i have searched a lot, all i get are results non related to what i want

    Thanks

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    Most of the CMS systems are Open Source. Pick one and analyze its source code.

    -PatP
    In theory, theory and practice are identical. In practice, theory and practice are unrelated.

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