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Although the core of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager is Java, you don't need to know any Java to implement or use the system. In fact all major scripting languages are supported and our API is available through a platform independent webservices interface.
All content is stored within the database repository (excluding large binary items). TERMINALFOUR Site Manager can exchange and receive content in XML; all publishing can be conducted using HTML or XML with CSS or XSL style sheets controlling the presentation. Content can also be published to wireless devices or print documents (PDF, Word, etc.).
The above diagram shows the various components of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager in a large scale deployment. Each yellow box indicates where a separate server could be utilised. It is also possible to implement TERMINALFOUR Site Manager in fully redundant parallel server architecture.
TERMINALFOUR Site Manager can be installed on any platform where a Java Run Time environment is available:
TERMINALFOUR Site Manager connects to a database using JDBC, a standard that allows the connection of an application to a multitude of supported database software packages: